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I like the daily reflection exercise. We "find" what we look for, so a clear focus of positive things to look for daily is a win-win.

I wonder if there is any positive application of "old-school" thinking like 'knuckle down and try,' or 'suck it up, buttercup' that might also motivate learners to develop their own "Grit" or a "Growth Mindset." We know that part of teaching is to expand participants to explore tasks or even philosopies outside their comfort zone. I'm NOT talking about public shaming or anything like that, but will be looking in future lessons how to encourage even the extremely wary learners to try. Will be gratefule for good examples of how that might look.

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