Failing Forward

This recent tweet makes me think of iterative learning.

fail-forward

How might this approach be beneficial in your classroom or the workplace?

This Picture & Post was submitted by Mark W. Carbone

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One thought on “Failing Forward”

  1. Despite our very best preparation and intentions, things may not go as planned. In fact, no one is immune to failure, mistakes, rejection, or forces beyond control, steering toward new directions. It is what we do with it that counts, and how we move forward with renewed vision and energy. Hopefully we are lucky enough to have meaningful feedback and support to help fail forward! If not, everyone can develop a growth mindset, as everyone has values and strengths that are important.

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