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Growth Mindset

Transcript: Healthy Habits What are neurons? a specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses; a nerve cell. What roles do neurons play in learning/creating new memories? Sensory neurons carry information from the sensory receptor cells throughout the body to the brain. What's happening inside the brain as we learn? When you learn something new, the structure of your brain changes. “The growth mindset does allow people to love what they’re doing – and continue to love it in the face of difficulties. … The growth mindset allows people to value what they’re doing regardless of the outcome.” – Dweck2 Mindsets 1. Take a nap. Refreshing your body can also help you improve brain function, increase memory, and improve your mood. Even just 15 minutes can make a huge difference in your day-to-day life. So take a nap, feel refreshed, and help your brain all in one. Naps improve your brain performance, so why are you still awake? 10. Be optimistic. Being optimistic not only helps you enjoy life, it also does wonders for your brain. When you think positively, research suggests that your brain can be a huge beneficiary. So start taking life with the glass half full approach and help your attitude and your brain. ( Growth Mindset What is neuroplasticity? How does it connect to growth mindset? Want to have more fun in life? Enjoy learning? Have better relationships? Improve your business? A growth mindset is associated with all of these benefits plus more. This simple attitude impacts your success, health, happiness, careers, and relationships. Describe one real-life example of how we know the brain grows as we learn: "New brain connections are created every time you form a memory." ( Healthy Brain Activity The differences "The brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life." In other words, neuroplasticity is similar to flexibility. "Research has shown that in fact the brain never stops changing through learning. Plasticity is the capacity of the brain to change with learning. Changes associated with learning occur mostly at the level of the connections between neurons." ( By: Tianna & Abby Neurons What parts of the brain are involved in learning? The cerebral cortex plays a key role in memory, attention, perceptual awareness, thought, language and consciousness. A Learning Brain Growth Mindset The word plasticity is the quality of being easily shaped or molded. Neuroplasticity connects to growth mindset because having a growth minset means being able to develope your abilities and grow . plasticity A fixed mindset always good to have. “In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits. They spend their time documenting their intelligence or talent instead of developing them. They also believe that talent alone creates success—without effort.” A growth mindset is a more complex way of thinking. “In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment,” People with a growth mindsets believe that their most basic abilities can be improved or developed. People with fixed mindsets believe in sticking to what you’ve got. To growth mindset people, talent and brains are a starting point. To fixed mindset people, talent alone creates success. They document intelligence rather than developing it. Things in life are always one or the other. Neuroplasticity Fun Fact What are two habits you an adopt to keep your brain healthy? Brain Connections. Neurons Brain Connections A growth mindset could be helpful when learning a new subject. It allows a person to expand their learning habits and develop your intelligence level. Fun Fact Describe one possible situation where a growth mindset could be helpful. Fun Fact

Growth Mindset

Transcript: What Do You Think Write about a time when you accomplished something even when it was difficult. Warm-Up Unmotivated: You don't want to do something. Use your comprehension and imagination to think of pictures that describe what you understood from the article "You Can Grow Your Intelligence". Prevent: To stop something from happening. Reading Comprehension Activity Group A: How Do We Know the Brain Can Grow Stronger? Group B: Children's Brain Growth & The Key to Growing the Brain: Practice! Group C: The Real Truth About "Smart" and "Dumb" Reading "You Can Grow Your Intelligence" GOAL! Visible/Invisible Your Growing Brain Can you grow your intelligence? You can't see it. What did you do? Why was it difficult? What did you do to accomplish it even though it was hard? Now Your Turn On your white boards write the definition of a You can see it. Walk around the room and find a quote that you like. Copy the quote down in your notebook, write why you like the quote, and write one thing that the quote inspires you to do. What Do You Learn in the Video About: Your Brain Your Abilities What You Should Do I was able to accomplish it because... Remember to review your goals often. This will help you to do better with the things you want to do. Gallery Walk Is the brain an organ or a muscle? What does your quote mean? What do you like about your quote? Where does intelligence come from? Something that I did that was hard was... What Do You Need To Help Your Muscles to Grow? S: Specific M: Measurable A: Attainable R: Relevant T: Time Bound Creating a SMART Goal GOAL Read and Teach What Do You Think? Vocabulary It was hard because..... Academic: School Goal (Grades, Homework, Books to Read, etc) Behavioral: Phone, Attendance, Tardiness English: Duolingo, Write in a journal, watch TV shows Personal: Join the soccer team, make 2 new friends, learn a new skill Overcome: To be successful with something even when it was difficult. Content Objective: I can create an academic, behavioral, English, and personal goal for this year. My goal will be SMART Read the section with your partners. Highlight the important parts. Prepare a small lesson plan to teach your section to the rest of the class. For Your Lesson You Must Have: One visual to show the class related to what you are teaching. Ask the class one question for them to answer. Teach what the section is saying. Thank you!

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