Developing a growth mindset can make a huge difference in how things are perceived and dealt with internally.

Developing a growth mindset can make a huge difference in how things are perceived and dealt with internally.

I like how in this one it doesn't focus as much on the negativity of the fixed mindset, but more the drawbacks. (Don't want students who learn they're fixed feeling bad about this!)

Musings on Mindset

I like how in this one it doesn't focus as much on the negativity of the fixed mindset, but more the drawbacks. (Don't want students who learn they're fixed feeling bad about this!)

Carol Dweck researches “growth mindset” — the idea that we can grow our brain's capacity to learn and to solve problems. In this talk, she describes two ways to think about a problem that’s slightl...

The Power of Yet [VIDEO 10:25]

Carol Dweck researches “growth mindset” — the idea that we can grow our brain's capacity to learn and to solve problems. In this talk, she describes two ways to think about a problem that’s slightl...

It feels good as a parent when someone praises your child and tells you, "What a smart child you have!" doesn't it?  What if I told you, this kind of pra...

Calling Your Kids "Smart" May Actually Hurt Them!

It feels good as a parent when someone praises your child and tells you, "What a smart child you have!" doesn't it? What if I told you, this kind of pra...

To support Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset, employ the concept of The Learning Pit into the classroom. The challenge concept is set. Through investigation some students begin to emerge out of the pit. They work to help others out of the pit, re-questioning their own knowledge at the same time. https://vimeo.com/128462566

To support Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset, employ the concept of The Learning Pit into the classroom. The challenge concept is set. Through investigation some students begin to emerge out of the pit. They work to help others out of the pit, re-questioning their own knowledge at the same time. https://vimeo.com/128462566

The Growth Mindset: It’s Not How Smart You Are—It’s How You Decide to Keep Trying - Happify Daily

The Growth Mindset: It’s Not How Smart You Are—It’s How You Decide to Keep Trying - Happify Daily

Carol Dweck on Perfectionism - Striving for self-perfection is considered a high virtue. And, as one of the world's leading psychologists, we might assume Carol Dweck is a paragon of self-perfectionism. She was, once. That is, until her lab studies revealed the irony that wanting to be perfect stops people reaching their potential.

Carol Dweck on Perfectionism - Striving for self-perfection is considered a high virtue. And, as one of the world's leading psychologists, we might assume Carol Dweck is a paragon of self-perfectionism. She was, once. That is, until her lab studies revealed the irony that wanting to be perfect stops people reaching their potential.

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