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Growth Mindset

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on 22 August 2015

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Transcript of Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset
you can learn ANYTHING
are ALWAYS possible ...
Congratulations!
Intelligence is
NOT
set in stone!
You
actually CAN
learn anything!
Setbacks, Criticism, Effort, and Obstacles
How do
you
react?
with a
growth
mindset!
Fixed
GROWTH
VS.
GRIT:
Your ability to keep trying.
MINDSET:
Your ability to believe
you can do something.
mindset
mindset
"I'm smart"
"I'll keep trying"
Working Hard!
2 types of students
"I'm smart!"
"I'll keep trying!
and

Avoids challenges
Hates practice
Hides mistakes
LOOKING SMART
Faces challenges head on
Practices a lot
Uses mistakes to learn
"I'm smart"
"I'll keep trying"
Image from, "Growth Mindset Maths,"
http://www.growthmindsetmaths.com
You never gave up.
...yet!
growth?
fixed?
Image from, "Growth Mindsets," http://learn.surbitonhigh.com/english/
...not yet!
nothing is fixed
you can grow
"I'm not there

yet
"

"Self-Theories," http://www.learning-knowledge.com/self-theories.html
Success = not giving up

How do you know
if you have a
GROWTH
or a
fixed
mindset?
How do you think
about your
efforts
your mistakes
your ability to improve
Learning
and
improving
"Our Class Motto!"
Table Talk
What are two new pieces of information that you learned after watching Eduardo's talk?
What is 'Grit'?
Grit is your ability to persevere through a task, assignment, or problem.
Turn and Talk
Can you identify a time in your life where you were GRITTY?
How has your own grit contributed to your personal success?
How
Gritty
are you?
Take a few moments to test your own grittiness using the 12 item grit scale.
Then ask yourself/group members:

Does this fit me?
How can I get grittier?
How can I help others gritty?
It's not that I'm so smart; I just stay with problems longer.

- Albert Einstein
Did you get it?
Not Yet...
Answer: 87
Do you know how his muscles got so large?
He kept trying...
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