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Transcript of Growth Mindset
Our Learning Muscle
There is believed to be 2 styles of thinking:
If it requires
If I lose,
I like giving
The more I
I will become;
What is a mindset?
A set of beliefs or a way of thinking that determines one's behavior, outlook and mental attitude.
Promoting a growth mindset
Rats in a rich environment have heavier brains, by 10%, than those in a boring environment.
Evidence from neuroscience
Learning helps the neurons GROW.
The brain must develop billions of connections:
every green dot is a junction between one nerve and another
Babies aren’t stupid, they grow connections.
Taxi drivers have bigger areas which deal with 3D space than non-taxi drivers.
People who play music have been found to have auditory centres that are BIGGER than normal.
The more we learn, the more connections they make.
Afternoon spent introducing the Coldean GMS
Make your sparkly brain tree
Introductory assembly with the whole school
Praising the process of a child's learning
Making the children aware they have a choice
For this approach to fulfill its potential it must be integrated into the whole school day and referred to consistently
With every challenge tried the brain will grow and make new connections
clothes, wearing something
Activities and worksheet for introducing the brain
How can a child keep pushing themselves to maximise their pottential?
How can they gain the confidence to go for it?
Praised for effort
Praised for ability
90% of the group created learning goals
66% of the group created
lied about scores