Introduction to Growth Mindset
Students with a fixed mindset believe that their own intelligence and talent are innate traits that don’t change (“I just can’t learn math.”).
Growth Mindset Framing
In order to create a "risk-free" classroom environment where all students are willing to take on challenges and push themselves, it is important to make the focus on learning clear, make it safe to risk mistakes, and communicate a high confidence in all students' ability to rise to the learning challenges.
Effective Effort Rubric
This rubric assesses the learning process–the effective effort that a learner applies.
Growth Mindset Feedback
As students begin t work on their learning objectives, growth-minded language guides and motivates them to ensure that they remain persistent, resilient, and focused on the process of learning.