Carol Dweck discusses the misconception that praising effort is sufficient to developing a growth mindset and the importance of an additional focus on outcomes.
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Amazon is pledging to ban the phrase “I’m not good at math” and wants everyone to join the movement. Their new website provides resources to help educators and families promote growth mindset in their classrooms and homes.
Blazar and Kraft find similar results to Mindset Scholar Ron Ferguson’s recent study of teacher effects on students’ ‘non-tested’ outcomes.
Scientists shared the latest research on learning mindsets and the contribution of mindsets to student outcomes with journalists at Education Writers Association’s November 2015 Motivation and Engagement conference (second post in a series).