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2 Autism Sources: *World Book Encyclopedia (“Autism”) *Human Diseases and Conditions (Reference Book – “Autism”) *The DSM IV Made Easy (REF Book) *The Encyclopedia of Health (REF Book) *The Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology *The Gale Encyclopedia of Mental Health Disorders *The Databases – Use the search term “autism” in the Gale, EBSCO, SIRS, Elibrary, or World Book databases. On the Gale database, make sure to use the tabs at the top to search through the BOOK sources. The magazine sources may also be helpful. *You will also need to talk to a special education teacher on campus.

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6 Fixed vs. Growth Mindset: Turning Intelligence Into Something Useful Sources: Mindset by Carol Dweck: On hold in the library. Also see the image on the next slide and the overview of a “growth” mindset in blue on the slide after the one with a picture of Carol Dweck and her book.

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8 Dr. Carol Dweck

9 We’re looking to recognize people for contributions that suggest a growth mindset – the idea that intelligence can be developed – and for positive contributions to our school community. The following types of things are what we’re looking to celebrate: Embracing challenges Facing an obstacle and overcoming it Demonstrating concentrated effort Using negative feedback to improve Supporting or embracing the success of someone else Focusing on the process of learning or achieving something Improving Showing concern for others Helping to improve our school community in some way large or small Feel free to be creative with your ideas and the name of the award. For example, you might offer a “Personification of Compassion Award” for someone who has shown extraordinary concern for others or you might go with a more straight-forward “Do Gooder Award” for someone who helped to build a more positive community. The name is obviously not as important as the description of what the person did. The best recognition will be genuine, thoughtful, and specific.

10 “Adversity gives birth to greatness. The greater the challenges and difficulties we face, the greater opportunity we have to grow and develop as people. A life without adversity, a life of ease and comfort, produces nothing and leaves us with nothing.” Daisaku Ikeda

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12 Sources: -> “Philip Zambardo shows how people become monsters … or heroes.”

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14 Source: Find a person who comes from another country who you can interview.

15 Sources: Find an “unsung” hero to interview.

16 Famous Last Words Sources: A great place to find ideas is to use the search term “famous last words” in a search on any major search engine – Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.

17 Kit Carson

18 Francois Rabelais

19 Simon Bolivar

20 The Buddha

21 Oscar Wilde

22 Sources: A perfect source for this is the Gale database. Go there, use “cosmetic surgery” as your search term, and click the “books” tab at the top. You’ll find a number of interesting articles that attempt to answer the question.

23 Sources: A perfect source for this is the Gale database. Go there, use “reality tv” as your search term, and click the “books” tab at the top. You’ll find a number of interesting articles that attempt to answer the question. Find and read some from both sides of the issue.

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25 Please don’t hesitate to ask! Find Mr. Lundholm or Ms. Gomez for help.


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