This tweet this morning led to good post describing how a school began to prioritize helping students and teachers learn about a “growth mindset”:
Particularly good expl. of growth #mindset & how to encourage it in others by @chrishildrew Must become core belief https://t.co/qaccbhIx3k
— Karen HuxtableJester (@drkarenhj) May 31, 2015
It’s definitely worth reading the post. However, it ends with what the author describes as an embedded YouTube video of an animation on a growth mindset. Unfortunately, that video had been removed by YouTube.
So, I began searching the web to see if I could find “growth mindset animations” and was pleasantly surprised to find several that seem very useful.
Here they are, and I’m adding them to The Best Resources On Helping Our Students Develop A “Growth Mindset”:
Here’s a TED-Ed lesson using the above video.
Summer vacation has just started for this worn out teacher…UNTIL I saw this post. I am invigorated to read and learn more about the Growth Mindset. This gives me hope for those students who already believe they can’t do _____________ (fill-in-the-blank). Here’s to a summer of hope for learning new things. Thank you.