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  • LETTING KIDS LEAD Kate Messner Penn State York – Summer Institute http://www.katemessner.com
  • A, B, C, or D? Mastering the Standardized Test
  • www.katemessner.com/PennStateYork
  • Lesson #1 Be brave. But it’s also okay to be afraid.
  • If you weren’t nervous, it wouldn’t be worth doing.
  • “You can’t have brave without scared.” ~from Hound Dog True by Linda Urban
  • Lesson #2 Never underestimate the power of failure.
  • What would you do if you knew that failure was impossible?
  • What if...?What if...?
  • Photo by Duncan Davidson, TED 2012
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  • What if...?What if...? Image courtesy of ShutterStock
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  • Kid-Sourcing Image courtesy of ShutterStock
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  • www.kid-sourcing.com
  • www.kid-sourcing.com
  • The Star Spangled Setup
  • PA YOUNG READER’S CHOICE NOMINEES
  • PA YOUNG READER’S CHOICE NOMINEES
  • PA YOUNG READER’S CHOICE NOMINEES
  • PA YOUNG READER’S CHOICE NOMINEES
  • PA YOUNG READERS CHOICE NOMINEES
  • Mystery Writing • CRIME • SUSPECTS • MOTIVES • INVESTIGATORS • MOTIVES • CLUES • FALSE CLUES
  • Deconstruct aDeconstruct a DystopiaDystopia
  • World BuildingWorld Building • MODERN-DAY PROBLEM/ISSUE • BEST GUESS – 2050 • WORST CASE SCENARIO – 2050 • TIMELINE 2012-2050 • WHAT WOULD CREATE A BEST CASE SCENARIO?
  • What do students need to change the world?
  • Courage …and opportunities to be brave.
  • Creativity …plus permission to fail and try again.
  • Stories
  • Mentors
  • Mentors
  • Empathy
  • “Revolution for the Tested”
  • LETTING KIDS LEAD Kate Messner Penn StateYork – Summer Institute http://www.katemessner.com
  • www.katemessner.com/PennStateYork