5 steps to teaching students how to adopt a growth mindset.
Tagged under: Mindsets,Motivation,Students,motivating students,growth mindsets,Mindset: The New Psychology Of Success (Written Work),Philosophy (Field Of Study)
1. One of the most effective ways to show Ss how to adopt a growth mindset is to explain that the brain is malleable or plastic. What do you suppose this means? (00:00:49)
2. Explain what the Xs and dashes mean here (00:01:50)
3. True or False: If we have a thought one time, it's easier to have that same thought a second time (00:02:14)
4. High Priority Pathway? What does that mean? (00:02:55)
5. How does the idea of a High Priority Pathway impact teaching and learning in your classroom? (00:03:39)
6. Now explain the connection between High Priority Pathways and growth mindset messages (self-talk; teacher to student talk, etc). (00:04:46)
7. Explain how one goes about getting rid of negative, destructive thoughts? Where do you start? (00:06:39)
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