As a recap, once or twice a month I would offer a “Mindset Moment” video to my students on a Friday as their warm up. After watching the video, all I would ask every time is, “What did you think is the message in this Mindset Moment video? What is your one big takeaway?” I was always very impressed with the reflection that my students gave. Sometimes they saw what I had intended, and sometimes they saw a different, but equally important, message. I don’t remember the order that I showed them in, and in the last week of school I ended up showing a bunch because…well…it was the end of school and grades were already posted and we were just there because of snow days.
Disclaimer: Some of these are admittedly more meaningful than others (and some aren’t really “mindset” per se but just inspirational). Some of them are actually commercials and I would stop or start the videos at certain points, or tell them that I do not in any way endorse this product. Some (one) of them has a swear in the title so I had to work some magic to get the title not to show.
- Famous Failures
- Kid President Pep Talk
- Michael Jordan Failure
- Where is Matt?
- Spider Man Funny
- The Power of Words
- Lead India Tree
- Trust Your Power
- Minion Teamwork
- Steve Jobs Speech
- Time You Have in Jelly Beans
- This I Believe Crayons
- How to Start a Movement
- Ashton Kutcher Speech (started a minute in)
- Power of Yet Janelle Monae Sesame Street
- Mr. Holland’s Opus Clarinet Scene
- Derek Redmond Olympic Sprint
Do you have any others you also show? After listing these again I’ve realized that a good chunk really aren’t mindset videos but they have a message nonetheless.
Merci pour l’inspiration de ce sujet!