Make It Stick: The Student Brochure

[Updated at 4:45 to include student goal worksheet]

Motivated by Julie (see LOTS of good conversation on this document) and by Pam, I made my own Make It Stick handout for students. I plan to assign this as homework the first night and spend the second day discussing it in class. (The first day I want to do’s first day of inspirational math week.)

Here are the pics (we have an electric brochure folder so I’ll be using that. Or else fold them while watching the required annual hey-don’t-touch-blood! video)

Make It Stick Student BrochureMake It Stick Student Brochure pg 2

Here is the doc file (I used Chowderhead and Century Gothic font) and here is a pdf file with a generic “In this class,…” instead of “In Mrs Craig’s class.”

I also want them to make a goal and find some accountability buddies:

math class goalDoc file   PDF file

13 comments on “Make It Stick: The Student Brochure

  1. thank you so much for sharing!

  2. […] amazing Meg Craig made a booklet foldable that is the entire activity in one!    I love […]

  3. Is it possible to send me the doc and pdf files? I’m unable to download them for some reason. So excited to use your resources!

    Thank you!

  4. […] check out the planning page that has tons of resources like the excerpts of the book, a student brochure courtesy of Meg Craig, and great conversations. Shout out to Meg Craig @mathymeg07 Lynne […]

  5. […] fact, my brochure that I handed out to my students with excerpts from this book was one of my more popular posts! Go […]

  6. I will be using this this year. Thanks!

    • You are welcome! 🙂

  7. […] If you like these posters, you can have them! They are available as a pdf and as a Publisher file in this shared Google Drive folder. If you get the publisher file, you will need the fonts “Century Gothic,” “Century Schoolbook,” and “Chowderhead.” or you can substitute with your own fonts, of course. I got Chowderhead from but I’m sure you can get it other places (shout out to @mathymeg07 for introducing me to that font with her awesome Make it Stick brochure.) […]

  8. […] additions). Basically, I just blew up the quotes from the awesome brochure made by @mathymeg07 over at her blog and added a little bit. I know that “Growth Mindset” isn’t really a Make it […]

  9. Thank you so much for sharing this brochure. I listened to the audiobook of Make it Stick, and I think this is the perfect way to share this information with my students. I love that you included short summaries of the research and “what this will look like in my class.” Thank you!

    • You are welcome! Hope the students enjoy and learn something from it! 🙂

  10. This is so awesome!! This is the first time for a make it stick, growth mindset school year!! And you just made my life so much easier! Thank you !!!

    • Yay! Hope you and the students have great make-it-stick year!

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