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Transcript of Growth Mindset
you can learn ANYTHING
are ALWAYS possible ...
set in stone!
Scenario #2: What's your response?
(a) "This is a waste of my time."
(b) "I can always get better"
Scenario #3: What's your response?
(a) "I already know this stuff"
(b) "Good opportunity to learn more!"
Scenario #1: What's your response?
(a) "not the grade I want
Setbacks, Criticism, Effort, and Obstacles
Want it. Do it.
Keep doing it.
Just add "...yet!"
Quote and Imange from SIM-K12, "Teaching a Growth Mindset."
"I'll keep trying"
7th Grade Math
2 types of students
"I'll keep trying!
Practiced a lot
"I'll keep trying"
Image from, "Growth Mindset Maths,"
You never gave up.
Dr. Carol Dweck
Image from, "Growth Mindsets," http://learn.surbitonhigh.com/english/
nothing is fixed
you can grow
"I'm not there
Success = not giving up
How do you know
if you have a
How do you think
your ability to improve
"Growth Mindset Maths." http://www.growthmindsetmaths.com
Image from, "Power On," http://poweronlansing.com/geeksentials/1-the-mindset/
Created by James D. Whitt with Tri Pham, 11/2014. Available for publc use.
Ideas, phrases, video clips, topic chronology gleaned from the following:
Carol Dweck, "Self-theories and goals: their role in motivation, personality, and development," in
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation
, 38: 199-235 (1990); "Mindset Works EducatorKit - Tools for Teachers," (2002-2012); Carol Dweck's "Boosting Achievement with Messages that Motivate," in
47:2, 6-10 (2010); Carol Dweck in "Interviews with Carol Dweck," on
http ://www.mindsetworks.com/webnav/dr-dweck-interviews.aspx; Khan Academy, "The Science and the Theories," https: //www.khanacademy.org/youcanlearnanything/share-b. Angela Lee Duckworth, "The key to success? Grit," on TED Talks Education, filmed April 2013. All last accessed 11/4/2014.
Courage quote from "Power On," http:/ /poweronlansing.com/geeksentials/1-the-mindset/.
Carol Dweck quote about development: From "Teaching a Growth Mindset," http://sim.abel.yorku.ca/?page_id=2751.
Intelligence goes up and down image: "Creating a Growth Mindset in Your Students," http: //www.thoughtfullearning.com/blogpost/get-smart-become-talented.
Calvin and Hobbes cartoon from "Self-Theories," http: //www.learning-knowledge.com/self-theories.html.
Success image from "Growth Mindsets," http: //learn.surbitonhigh.com/english/.
Red and Green Though Clouds from "Growth Mindset Maths." http: //www.growthmindsetmaths.com.
Videos exist within slides as direct links to their YouTube sources. Titles appear in this order, "You Can Learn Anything," (Kahn Academy), "Michael Jordan 'Failure' Commercial Nike," (JayMJ23), "Success Through Effort," (Kahn Academy), "Carol Dweck-A Study on Praise and Mindsets," (Trevor Ragan), "Janelle Monae - Power of Yet," (Sesame Street).
Refers to a class assignment involving 4 scenarios with options to choose a response that would either be considered "growth" or "fixed" mindset.
(begin at 0:25)
"Power of Yet"