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.

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...

It is incredibly helpful as a teacher to know how your students think about their learning. How do they feel about learning new material? Do they think that they are in charge of their learning, or is it something that is out of their control? Are some people simply just smarter

Student Growth Mindset Survey

It is incredibly helpful as a teacher to know how your students think about their learning. How do they feel about learning new material? Do they think that they are in charge of their learning, or is it something that is out of their control? Are some people simply just smarter

More Growth Mindset Resources | Engage Their Minds – Great Minds ...

More Growth Mindset Resources

There's more to growth mindset than just praising effort! Student self-reflection helps students see what steps they need to take to grow!

Encouraging Student Self-Reflection

There's more to growth mindset than just praising effort! Student self-reflection helps students see what steps they need to take to grow!

The Power of Yet [VIDEO 10:25]    http://mrmck.wordpress.com/2014/12/19/the-power-of-yet-video-1025/

The Power of Yet [VIDEO 10:25]

The Power of Yet [VIDEO 10:25] http://mrmck.wordpress.com/2014/12/19/the-power-of-yet-video-1025/

Carol Dweck on The Effort Effect - "Excessive concern with looking smart keeps you from making bold, visionary moves. If you’re afraid of making mistakes, you’ll never learn on the job, and your whole approach becomes defensive: ‘I have to make sure I don’t screw up.’” #fixedvgrowth

Carol Dweck on The Effort Effect - "Excessive concern with looking smart keeps you from making bold, visionary moves. If you’re afraid of making mistakes, you’ll never learn on the job, and your whole approach becomes defensive: ‘I have to make sure I don’t screw up.’” #fixedvgrowth

Carol Dweck Explains The ‘False’ Growth Mindset That Worries Her | MindShift | KQED News

Carol Dweck Explains The ‘False’ Growth Mindset That Worries Her | MindShift | KQED News

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