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The Best Resources On Helping Our Students Develop A “Growth Mindset” Photo Credit: Antoine Gady via Compfight ‘Growth Mindset Starts With Us, Not With Them’ is the first post in a two-part series at my Education Week Teacher column.
Also check out Here Are The Movie Scenes That Readers Have Said Demonstrate A Growth Mindset – & I’m Still Looking For More The “question of the week” at my Education Week Teacher column this week is “How Can We Help Our Students Develop a Growth Mindset?” (NOTE: You can now read Carol Dweck’s guest response to that question here). As part of the response, which will be published on Tuesday, I thought a “The Best…” list would be useful. FINAL%20Growth%20Mindset%20Lesson%20Plan%20(April%202015) 6 ways to teach growth mindset from day one of school.
Imagine if your new class this fall was full of students who would: Be willing to try new thingsStick with hard tasks and not give upPush themselves to do their best work, not just what’s “good enough”Believe in themselves and their own ability to learn Here’s the great news–these are traits that we can help develop in our students by teaching them about how their brains work.
Many students enter our classrooms believing they’re either smart or not smart, good at reading or math, or not good in those areas. This belief that our basic qualities like intelligence and talents can’t be changed is called a fixed mindset. Often our students figure: Why bother trying at something that’s hard for me? Our students may not realize that their brains have the ability to change and grow through their experiences (neuroplasticity). And once they have a growth mindset, they can learn anything. 1. 2. 3. 4. Mindset Works®: Student Motivation through a Growth Mindset, by Carol Dweck, Ph.D. Welcome to the Resource Center – Mindset Lesson #1. The Scale of the Universe 2. Maths with Pizzazz. Gratitude: A Powerful Tool for Your Classroom. Would you like to improve the culture in your classroom and your life?
Try gratitude. Based on my ten years of teaching experience, this is the most powerful tool that I know. Gratitude has empowered me to teach more effectively, appreciate my individual students, grow in my profession, and enjoy life. Utilizing gratitude, I am able to model one of the most important lessons in life, having a positive attitude, especially about the aspects of life that challenge me. Gratitude Journal To get started in your classroom with gratitude, I recommend actually writing your own gratitude list for a few weeks and feeling its power. My students use a composition book and start every day by writing five gratitudes. Thanks for ___________________________. Once a week, we go around the class and share our favorite gratitude. In addition, I suggest that the students should be specific.
Exercising the Muscle Visible Change Recent research by two leaders in the field of gratitude and education, Dr. Flipped_learning_research_report_0.