35 Strategies for Teaching Growth Mindset
November 15, 2016
Teaching Growth Mindset
Teaching growth mindset starts with modeling the mindset we want children to have. Children learn most by observing trusted adults.
Educators know the power of growth mindset. It is having a positive attitude to our successes as well as our disappointments. Growth mindset enables us to succeed in the face of adversity. Fortunately, we know growth mindset can be taught. Even better is that it is never too late to develop a growth mindset.
Using Growth Mindset Strategies
Use the links below for the top strategies for teaching growth mindset. Consider starting with Respect and Validate Feelings. All teaching starts with a strong relationship.
As you choose strategies, add them to your Mindprint Action Plan. Then gradually add additional strategies over time.
Student-led strategies are best for middle school and above. Adult-led strategies can be used at home or school.
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* Mindprint top pick