There was a conference in the UK yesterday which featured Carol Dweck. It sounds like she made some interesting points, particularly around what she called a “False Growth Mindset.” Here are some reports on that talk, along with other resources. I’m adding all of them to The Best Resources On Helping Our Students Develop A “Growth Mindset”:
Praise the taking on of challenge, perseverance, new strategies, recovery from setbacks, says Dweck. Also praise improvement and learning.
— David Weston (@informed_edu) June 19, 2015
Why the ‘false growth mindset’ explains so much is from The Learning Spy.
The Mindset Journey is from Drowning in the Shallow.
Blog post on our new #mindset intervention paper: What we did, what we found, and what's next! @davepaunesku http://t.co/NkRNtZIhle
— PERTS (@pertslab) June 15, 2015
Very useful for anyone interested in Growth Mindsets https://t.co/h0YJpu8WcY
— Carl Hendrick (@C_Hendrick) June 14, 2015
Math educators! @joboaler has developed a week of math lessons and #growthmindset videos: https://t.co/3mrdndn0pB https://t.co/S5HaESKAZ6
— PERTS (@pertslab) June 1, 2015