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Promoting a Growth Mindset

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Tina Brush

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Transcript of Promoting a Growth Mindset

Key
Components
b) When you tune into your talents, it makes life far more rewarding.
c) Research states:
Successful

people are those who embrace their
talents and do not shy away from
them.
a)
When you know what your talents are, you feel more in tune with your life
.
Rene Birthday
Carol Dweck
Stanford University
MINDSET
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Meet the Team
(Holiday Style)
RESEARCH ASSISTS GROWTH
The art of ......
Dweck discovered a host of profound findings about the impact of receiving (perceived) positive and negative praise.

Through her research, psychologists
now
believe a
growth mindset
is the cornerstone of motivation, productivity and success for every student.
MINDSET {noun} a set of beliefs or a way of thinking that determines one's behaviour, outlook and mental attitude
GROWTH MINDSET
VS.
FIXED MINDSET
(the Psychology of Success)
Dealing with failure

Makes you angry and depressed, and want to get even or give up, (TALENT / FIXED mindset)
Makes you want to learn from your mistakes (EFFORT / GROWTH mindset).
Dweck's research has implications whole school - not only for practice but for a rethinking of the feedback and praise we use here at Imagine School Land O Lakes.

Many people simply don't believe that anyone can exceed their potential...
K U D
We all have potential - as teachers we have a duty to enable others to maximize theirs... students and staff
FIXED Vs. GROWTH MINDSETS

"In a
fixed mindset
students believe their basic abilities, their intelligence, their talents, are just fixed traits... their goal becomes to look smart all the time and never look dumb.

"In a
growth mindset
students understand their talents and abilities can be developed through effort, good teaching and persistence. They don't think that everyone's the same or anyone can be Einstein, but they believe everyone can get smarter if they work at it."
- Carol Dweck


"It's good to talk..."

The Difference Between a Fixed Mindset
and a Growth Mindset


How Growth and Fixed Mindsets impact learning and personal growth

The type of feedback and praise that fosters and limits a Growth Mindset


Practice Recognizing Mindset Characteristics
Discuss ways to shift students to a Growth Mindset
Know
Understand
Do
Exit Slip
Teachers Instruct by Providing Feedback

Providing feedback is an ongoing process in which teachers communicate information to students that helps them better understand what they are to learn, what high-quality performance looks like, and what changes are necessary to improve their learning (Hattie Shute, 2008).



Teacher Plan by Setting Objectives

Setting objectives is the process of establishing a direction to guide learning. (Pintrich & Schunk, 2002).


Focus #3: Building literacy through writing reflectively and responsively through looking at student work.
Setting Objectives and
Providing Feedback


Equip with High Yield Strategies

Teacher Feedback based on Effort
“Growth Mindset”

Teacher Feedback based on
“Fixed Mindset”

I noticed you persevered with that
writing assignment even though you
struggled with generating ideas at first.

I observed that you showed creativity
by listing all your ideas for writing – and
even asking friends for ideas.

You are demonstrating responsibility
for your work by making sure you submit
all assignments on time.

I love this writing piece! It is the
best in the class!

You are so creative! It is amazing!

You are so punctual!

How will you foster a
Growth Mindset
in your classroom?
Sort the teacher praise and characteristics
of a students under the headers Fixed Mindset
or Growth Mindset
Fixed and Growth Mindset Sort
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