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Mindset Theory for Primary
Transcript of Mindset Theory for Primary
It all happens up there in your brain.
Did you know your brain is like a muscle?
Exercise for your brain is............thinking!
Thinking about things that are difficult helps your brain grow and become stronger!
If you only do easy things,
you don't exercise your brain.
We only really learn something
if we didn't know it before,
and we had to work hard
to figure it out!
When you exercise
your muscles they
grow and get
Deep inside your brain are nerve cells called neurons. When you are thinking, they send signals to each other. When you stick to a difficult task, you create new pathways. This is one way to exercise your brain and help it to grow!
The harder you work at thinking and learning, the more your brain will grow!
Next time you have a tricky question in math class,
or text that is hard to understand in literacy,
remember you are in charge!
What can you do
if you get stuck?
Ask yourself some questions:
Have I done something like this before?
What strategies could I use to try and figure this out?
Is there something in the room that could help me?
Is this working? If not, what else can I do?
How we feel about school work affects our learning too!
If we don't like a subject or think we aren't good at it, it can be harder for us to learn!
Remember, just stick to it. You can do it! Believe in yourself. You can do anything you want to, if you keep working at it and practicing!
Okay! Let's go and help our brains grow!