Thanks for posting this. I just finished a Stanford online class called "How to Learn Math" which is free for parents and teachers. This class promoted brain growth learning for math...very interesting. I plan to use this brain growth quiz with my students this week along with some brain videos, etc.
Those mindset coachings really helps to increase kid’s passions into learning activities. They always make sure to make one small change in their learning environment every time. For each small change they offer small ribbons and nameplates.
I am working on a professional development unit and would like to use your attachment documents. Will you give permission to use if I give you credit.
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Mindset coaching is definitely a great work out for the minds of students at this age. It is more appreciable and welcomed for carrying them out.
Mindset--an attitude, disposition, or mood. A mindset is a set of assumptions, methods, or notations held (hold) by one or more people or groups of people that are so accepted that it creates a powerful motivation within these people or groups to continue to adopt or accept advance behaviors, choices, or tools.It is absolutely vital for you to think of your life as positive.
I am looking for ways to measure students mindset and start to develop growth mindsets, will you give me permission to use the quiz if I give you credit?
I am a doctoral student at ASU working on a project of developing growth mindset in the elementary math curriculum. I am seeking permission to use your Mindset quiz with two teachers pre/post treatment. Of course proper credit will be given. Thank you,
Thank you for your awesome work in developing the Mindset Quiz and feedback guidance. I am a graduate student at Miami University and I plan to start my final project which is related to the relationship between the growth mindset and college students' adjustment. Could I get your permission to use this wonderful instrument?
Oftentimes, people with learning difficulties benefit when they receive some sort of immediate reward and can track their progress when working towards a goal. So if you're wanting to build vocabulary and critical thinking skills, for example, you could have students work on a crossword puzzle while referencing an online crossword help tool. This combo can help them learn how to work out answers while minimizing frustration and the inclination to just give up when faced with a difficult question. It also helps teach resourcefulness :)