HOT OFF THE PRESS! Mindset Moments

HOT OFF THE PRESS! Mindset Moments

Getting through the school year can be challenging. Let Mindset Moments be your guide!

In Mindset Moments, educator Andrew J. Canlé shares his strategies for overcoming the difficulties of your day to day. This 10-part credo unearths how educators can achieve their best reality to get better results both personally and professionally. From Canlé’s catalogue of riveting tid-bits making you say, “Aha!” you’ll learn how to…

Think about your thinking and adjust your perspectives

Stay positive amid trials and tribulations of adversity 

Overcome any obstacle and be at your best

By the end of Mindset Moments, you’ll have a renewed outlook and be equipped with guiding steps to take on any challenge that comes your way. Canlé recalibrates your thinking to be at your best no matter the circumstances!

Editorial Reviews

Mindset Moments has been a book that I already find myself coming back to again and again. We all need those daily “resets” and Andrew’s book is filled with tools to help you reflect, understand, and move forward. This is a book that I will be gifting to others because of power that lies in the pages.” 
Todd Nesloney, Director of Culture & Strategic Leadership, TEPSA, author of When Kids Lead

Mindset Moments is a powerful resource for educators that provides pathways to teach the core of growth mindset. The combination of the challenges embedded and video resources provide a call to action for both students and educators!” 
Jessica Ryan, co-author of Growing a Growth Mindset: Unlocking Character Strengths Through Children’s Literature

“An exciting call to action and a unique behind the scenes view of what it takes to thrive as an educator and leader in today’s current K12 education system. Canlé reveals the myriad shifts to every day thinking that together inspire a renewed sense of hope starting with the belief that we are all an active part of the process of change. From visualization to authenticity, Canlé shows how slight shifts to your thinking open the door to larger shifts to your work each day in school.” 
Dr. Lindsay Portnoy, cognitive scientist and Associate Teaching Professor at Northeastern University and author of Game On? Brain On! and Designed to Learn


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