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Transcript of Math Mindset
Is your child afraid to fail? Does your child avoid challenges? Does he believe he will never be good at math or reading? Does she get upset when she makes a mistake or doesn't get something right the first time?
Getting your mind right...
Wait. What about math?
Send positive messages about mathematics.
Look for math all around you.
Play math games.
Help your child to persevere. It's okay for your kids to struggle.
Be okay with not knowing.
What can you do immediately?
Math and Mindset
Which of these is a math problem?
Resources for meaningful math:
What's the point?
Are you a math person?
We know more. We know better.
Discuss what it means.
Today we will:
Learn about Mindsets
Learn how to use Mindset to help children learn
Learn how to support mathematics learning with Mindset.
Think of something you are good at. Share your answers to these questions at your table:
What are you good at?
How did you get good?
What obstacles, if any, did you encounter?
What did you do then?
What was the best part of becoming good at something?
Let's take a quiz.
Strong Growth Mindset= 45-60 points
Growth Mindset with some Fixed ideas= 34-44 points
Fixed Mindset with some Growth Ideas- 21-33 points
Strong Fixed Mindset= 0-20 points
The Power of Belief: Mindset and Success-
With a partner, sort the fixed and growth mindset cards.
What do you want for your children?
What's the science behind this?
What to reward:
Sticking to challenges
Trying new strategies
Recovering from setbacks
Games to play with your kids:
One last think...
and happy to help!
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Thanks to Lee Bane for sharing this idea...