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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Mindset matters - 2017 Film festival entry



Have you heard of the saying "you are what you eat?" or what about "you are what you think?"

Lots of people believe that the thoughts you think affect the things you can do.

Another quote that spreads this message is "whether you think you can, or you think you can't - you're right!"

A growth mindset, seeing failure as a setback and an opportunity to learn rather than as something that is final, is something that really takes a lot of practice! In Hub Awhio, we try to remind each other that attitude is a small thing that can make a big difference in both our learning and in our lives every single day!

So what are you going to tell yourself today?


11 comments:

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  2. Hello guys that was a really great film. My favourite part of the film was when the boy in the glasses had powers to travel in time to the the lonely boy to make him happy. Well done.
    Konzay room 10 Ruapotaka

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  3. hi guys i'm wallymei and i like the bit when he rewarded time backwards.

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  4. Kia Orana LH5,
    I really enjoyed watching your movie! Don't worry, at times I am like that but my friends are always cheerful and supportive which makes me believe in myself. It is always wonderful seeing students connecting with each other and creating that special bond that helps one another. How long did it take for you to plan this wonderful movie?

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  5. Talofa Lava, Stonefield School.

    My name is Angel Temu from Glen Innes School and once I had laid eyes on your movie I thought closely about mindset matters which I believe everyone should not quit or give up on something they shouldn't.

    But as my personal experience I had really enjoyed your movie on how it was presented because it showed emotions that includes supporting and positively, but keep up the great work stonefield hoping to see bigger things.

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  6. Hi hub Awhio my name is Ali and my school is stonefields hub rā.I loved your movie it was amazing and inspiring.I liked how the boy said I’m tired.It was hilarious because I thought he was doing growth mindset.How did you do the videoing?

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  7. hi stonefields school my names is hiria i go to tamaki primary school and i very like how you guys were showing a good mindset for your own.

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  8. Bonjour Hub Awhio

    My name is Amy. Your film was absolutely appealing! I really do get the message and I agree - attitude is something that can change the way you think about things! It’s great to see that lots of films are trying to share a message to others. Keep up the great hard work!

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  9. Hi Stone fields school, my name is Nia and I am from Glen Taylor school. I enjoyed this film because it is inspiring. You used different types of affects in the video which is very effective. Your angles in the video was superb as well. This film is amusing, well done

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  10. Hi my name is Farman from Owairaka district school. I really liked your video my favourite bit of your movie was that guy with the glass he did give up, Keep up the good work.

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  11. WOW!!! Great movie Stonefield you are right growth mindset do matter and I guest people do learn a lesson to always have a growth mindset because they will get better in learning and many things. And by the way My name is Tevita.Keep it up Stonefield great job.

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