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Developing a Growth Mindset
Developing a Growth Mindset
Mindsets shape the lives we lead, the actions we take and the future possibilities of the world we live in.
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What Having a “Growth Mindset” Actually Means
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Carol Dweck on Creating a Growth Mindset in the Workplace
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What’s a ‘growth mindset’ (and why does it matter)?
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    When people are in a growth mindset, they look at their talent and abilities as things that can be developed through hard work, good strategies, or help and input from others.They’re more willing to jump in, take a challenge, and roll with the punches because they’re not seeing everything as reflecting on their deep permanent ability. -  Carol Dweck

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Promoting a growth mindset
Researchers have found that it is possible to promote a growth mindset byteaching students about neuroscience evidence showing that the brain is malleable and gets stronger through effort, trying new strategies, and seeking help when necessary

Researchers have also learned that we can encourage students to adopt more of a growth mindset by changing the way the interactions with them occur.

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Outcomes actually matter

 Unproductive effort is never a good thing.  It’s critical to reward not just effort but learning and progress, and to emphasize the processes that yield these things, such as seeking help from others, trying new strategies, and capitalizing on setbacks to move forward effectively.

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A “pure” growth mindset doesn’t exist

People often  confuse a growth mindset with being flexible or open-minded or with having a positive outlook— qualities they believe they’ve simply always had.  A “pure” growth mindset doesn’t exist, which we have to acknowledge in order to attain the benefits we seek.

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Fixed Mindset vs. Growth Mindset

Based on her research, Carol Dweck divided people into two categories: 

  • The first, with what she called a “fixed” mindset, tend to believe their basic attributes, like intelligence and talent,are innate and set in stone. 
  • By contrast, people who exhibit a “growth” mindset tend to understand basic abilities as malleable, and believe they can be developed over time. 


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Creating a growth-mindset environment

Dweck outlines the main attributes that create a growth-mindset environment:

  • Presenting  skills as learnable;
  • Conveying that the environmentvalues learning and perseverance, not just ready-made genius or talent;
  • Giving feedback in a way that promotes learning and future success.
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Mindset is a concept discovered by psychologist Carol Dweck
Mindset is a simple idea discovered by Carol Dweck in decades of research on achievement and success. It explains:
  • Why brains and talent don’t bring success
  • How they can stand in the way of it
  • Why praising brains and talent doesn’t foster self-esteem and accomplishment, but jeopardizes them
  • How teaching a simple idea about the brain raises grades and productivity.
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Carol Dweck’s tips for encouraging a growth mindset:
  • Don’t Praise Ability Or Intelligence: That promotes a fixed mindset. Compliment effort, process and choices.
  • Don’t Ignore Outcome, Tie It To Effort: You can be happy when your kid succeeds, but attribute it to effort.
  • Respond Positively To Failure: They need to know that failure isn’t bad, it’s a tool for improving.
  • Don’t Just Say “Try Hard.” Help Kids Set Goals: Blind repetition doesn’t work. Help kids strategize.
  • Teach Growth Mindset In All Areas Of Life: There’s no area where they cannot improve with hard work.
  • Talk To Your Kids About Your Own Growth Mindset Efforts: Practice it yourself and share your results.
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