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Unpacking the Stigma of Failing: How To Fail Forward
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3.0 (2 Reviews)
March 20, 2024 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

Unpacking the Stigma of Failing: How To Fail Forward

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Unpacking the Stigma of Failing: How To Fail Forward

Date

March 20, 2024 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

Location

Online

Cost

Free

Credit

Attributes

English-Language Learners (ELL), Students with Disabilities

About This Webinar

The fear of failure. It can lead students to feel hopeless, stressed and cause lower levels of self-esteem. Yet failing is required to innovate, to problem-solve, think creatively and cultivate emotional intelligence. So how do we shift this fear of failure mindset? How do we support students to internalize that Failing Forward is essential for learning and growth.

In this 2024 Share My Lesson Virtual Conference session, we’ll unpack the stigma around failure; explore the relationship between failure, growth and learning, and explore five ways for bringing failure into the classroom through experiential learning. Participants will also explore their own biases about failure through a brief assessment and hear best practices from fellow educators for incorporating Failing Forward concepts in the classroom.

Speakers

Profile picture for user Bushra Ul-Haq
Educational Programs, Education+

Bushra Ul-Haq is the Director of Educational Programs and Resources at Education+. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto, where she received a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education, and a Master of Education. She has been an elementary school teacher, and she has been designing educational programs for international organizations for the last decade. Bushra is passionate about the work she gets to do developing educational programs and designing curricula for teachers in supporting their classrooms.

Profile picture for user Sarah Zurbuchen
Educational Organization / Business Professional

Sarah Zurbuchen is Senior Director of Education+ (formerly known as WE Schools), a platform empowering teachers and students to address critical social issues in their classrooms and communities, all while building the key social and emotional skills to be future-ready, confident global citizens.  Sarah leads educational programming and curriculum development, community engagement, and strategic partnerships.  As an active member of her local community, Sarah has previously served as Board Chair with the Canadian Mental Health Association and teaches English to newcomers to Canada through a local settlement agency.

Sarah has a BSc in Journalism from Ohio University, and a TESOL 2 Teaching Credential from the University of the Fraser Valley.

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Professional Credit

Share My Lesson webinars are available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

In addition, Share My Lesson has arrangements in place as follows:

Resources

Files

WE SCHOOLS.pdf

Presentation
March 20, 2024
4.02 MB
3.0
2 Reviews
Unpacking the Stigma of Failing
Interesting Webinar but the on demand wouldn't let me access the poll questions and the video was glitchy, it would repeat and then repeat again. It ended in the middle of a video. I have used this site many times in the past with no issues but I am not sure I will use ShareMyLesson webinars again. I haven't made my mind up in this regard but am seriously thinking about it. Maybe this Webinar could be a call to action to fix your on demand webinars! This is not the first time this has happened to me in the space of a week. I have used this site many times in the past and had excellent experiences but as I said my recent experiences have not been very good. You got one star from me but I am not sure that is accurate. Less than one star would be a more appropriate choice from me
vgoodman_3523339
April 15, 2024
I agree.
This webinar confirmed my belief that we need to gear away from the culture of toxic success - the importance of grades to measure success - to a culture more embracing of failure as stepping stones to life-long learning and success.
Noura Younis Jamal
April 02, 2024
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