Star Wars Posters #mtbos #msmathchat

Instead of writing a syllabus or creating assessments or working on lessons plans, I have procrastinated and scoured some images from the web to make these.

I have uploaded .png’s of these into this folder for downloading.  The 8 math practices and SBG files were made to blow up to 18×24 (although the 8 math icons will be a little pixelated.) The Force and Darkside posters are pixelated when blown up that large, but will still look good!

8 math practices-sm Growth_Mindset_Poster darkside sbg-small

SBG Poster-plain-sm

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  1. Love these! If you do not mind I am going to use them in my room as well – been looking for some good growth mindset posters and these are best I have seen.

    Any chance of you adding the growth and fixed mindset to your drive folder? Only SBG and Math practices are currently in there.

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  2. You are my Star Wars Hero of the Week! What program did you use to create these, and would you be willing to post the original files? I am thinking of the discussion around MathPrac #4 and rephrasing that for Algebra 2 level.

    Thank you so much for posting these! I love them and will be using them.

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    1. Welcome you are! I created them using photoshop. Let me know if you are able to edit .psd files, if not give me a little more specific idea of what you need and I can try to help you out!

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      1. Follow and DM me on twitter and I will shoot you the link. Anything you create, I’d love for you to send me and share with the #MTBoS as well!

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  3. Paul, Sorry got super busy and didn’t check back until today. Thank you again for these. I will work a little bit this weekend on the tweak for Alg 2 and shoot you back what I did. Thank you again for your sharing of these awesome pieces!

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  4. We’re planning on having some printed for our schools and we want to attribute the design to you, but I couldn’t find your full name on your site. If you don’t want to share it, I understand, but if you’re willing, please let me know and I’ll include it. Our Superintendent LOVED these when he saw them and is all about Growth Mindset! Incredibly creative – thank you for sharing!

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  5. Absolutely love these! Awesome!

    I especially love the 1-4 levels – I have my students self-assess with levels of understanding. Perfect!

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  6. Ha! These were shown, among other teachers’ ways of displaying growth mindset, in a PD presentation yesterday at my district. Found this post with a quick Google search, and today I have posters in my room! Thank you so very much for creating AND sharing!!!

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  7. I found these posters hanging in another high school in town and had to go track them down. I love the math one but would love to be able to convert it to science. You wouldn’t happen to have a .psd file I could use, would you?

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  8. Hi! I Love the posters and would like to use them in my classroom if that’s ok? Would it be ok if I translate them into Swedish? I saw that you shared the psd-files here in the comments.
    /Mai

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    1. Absolutely you can translate them and use them! How cool is that! If you can post a link on twitter with hashtag #mtbos with your swedish posters that would be even better. Thanks for asking!

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  9. So I decided to delve into Standards Based Grading this year and then I stumbled upon your amazing posters! I LOVE THEM! I’m a Star Wars fanatic and a MS Math teacher, so I know what my theme for this year will be! THANKS SO SO MUCH for sharing them with the world! Very creative and a great metaphor!

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  10. Thank you for sharing these! My STEM students will love it. I plan to use the individual slides you created to go over each topic with my students at the beginning of the year.

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  11. May I make a copy of these as a handout for my 9th graders? If so, do you have a PDF or other word file of the text for the fixed mindset/dark side poster? I don’t think that the white on black will be easy to read if I photocopy it.

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