Developing visible learners resilience is vital for them to appreciate that making mistakes is a natural part of the learning process. Jackie Gerstein says "How we work to maintain a positive and significant relationship with learners is the most important way to contribute to their resiliency". Read more here.
A new study from Nature Neuroscience suggests that letting go of executive areas of the brain speeds the learning of motor tasks, such as playing an instrument. This has insight for what kind of classroom environment encourages children to learn faster by developing visible learners. Read more here.