The Mindset Scholars Network has just unveiled a new website. Here’s how they describe it:
The website features summaries of the scientific literature for broader audiences, a blog that reports on the latest findings and news from the mindset field, a searchable library of 30+ years of mindset research, links to research-based resources for practitioners, and nearly two dozen FAQs that provide the latest answers from research to common questions about mindsets.
“How do they define ‘mindset’? you might wonder (I did). Here’s how they define it:
Growth Mindset: The belief that intelligence can be developed
Belonging: The belief that one is respected and valued by teachers and peers, and fits in culturally in one’s learning environment
Purpose & Relevance: The belief that one’s schoolwork is valuable because it is personally relevant and/or connected to a larger purpose
I’m adding this info to The Best Resources On Helping Our Students Develop A “Growth Mindset” and to The Best Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Resources.