Episode 146: Mind Hacking: Missing Skills We’re Not Teaching Students

Sir John Hargrave on the Every Classroom Matters Show

Sir John Hargrave has taken the research on the mind and related it to current self-help practices to help us learn what works. In today’s episode, we learn about essential thought patterns we should understand to be successful educators.  Metacognition is an essential skill of the most successful students. I also share how I overcame my own negative thought loops caused by four years of bullying.

Sir John Hargrave teaches mind hacking

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Some of the fascinating takeaways from this show are:

  • Concentration as a missing skill in the classroom
  • How to Overcome Negative Thought Loops that Keep Us From Being Our Best
  • The Important Metacognitive Skills We Should Teach Students
  • Steve Job’s “Reality Distortion Field” Technique

Sir John Hargrave’s book Mindhacking is FREE (at least through Fall 2015) at http://www.mindhacki.ng/

Metacognition and a growth mindset are essential areas for every educator to understand. Listen to the show and dig into the research of mind hacking and metacognition.

 

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  1. I think this article is correct. Students are not concentration as much because they are begin pulled in 20 different directions. I believe that students only have a certain amount of time before they start not paying attention. So we as teachers need to learn our students Metacognition of learning. Each student is made different and by using the tools we have we can develop their on knowledge on the different topics.