What pre-existing mentalities do people bring to learning? This video explores fixed and growth mindsets and how they impact learning.
- One cornerstone of a positive culture of learning…is empowering a growth mindset.…The term was coined by Stanford psychologist…Dr. Carol Dweck, who studied what differentiated…people who succeed from those who fail.…It came down to whether they hold…a fixed or growth mindset,…which is a belief about themselves…and their abilities.…According to Dweck, people with a fixed mindset…believe that their traits or characteristics…such as their intelligence or people skills…are set once they reach adulthood.…
A person with a fixed mindset thinks,…I've got what I've got, and I just have to…make the most of it, but I can't change it.…In contrast, a person with a growth mindset…believes that they can always get better,…that they can always learn something new…or practice something more.…They also believe that practice and effort…are the pathways to improvement and even mastery.…A person with a growth mindset thinks,…I may not be able to do this yet,…but I can work hard and get better.…In fact, the word yet is the hallmark…
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