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During the past several decades, my colleagues and I have conducted research identifying two distinct ways in which individuals view intelligence and learning. Individuals with a fixed mindset believe that their intelligence is simply an inborn trait--they have a certain amount, and that's that. In contrast, individuals with a growth mindset believe that they can develop their intelligence over time. These two mindsets lead to different school behaviors. This article discusses strategies to prepare students for building a growth mindset and creating a culture of risk-taking.
Educational Leadership: Volume 68, Issue 1, Pages 1-5
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Growth Mindset, instructonal strategies, student achievement, student buy-in, student engagement, student motivation, teaching methods
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C. Dweck, , Educ. Leader. 68 (1), 1 (2010), WWW Document, (https://www.ascd.org/el/articles/even-geniuses-work-hard).
C. Dweck, Even Geniuses Work Hard, Educ. Leader. 68 (1), 1 (2010), <https://www.ascd.org/el/articles/even-geniuses-work-hard>.
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Dweck, C. (2010, January 1). Even Geniuses Work Hard. Educ. Leader., 68(1), 1-5. Retrieved May 18, 2024, from https://www.ascd.org/el/articles/even-geniuses-work-hard
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Dweck, Carol. "Even Geniuses Work Hard." Educ. Leader. 68, no. 1, (January 1, 2010): 1-5, https://www.ascd.org/el/articles/even-geniuses-work-hard (accessed 18 May 2024).
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Dweck, Carol. "Even Geniuses Work Hard." Educ. Leader. 68.1 (2010): 1-5. 18 May 2024 <https://www.ascd.org/el/articles/even-geniuses-work-hard>.
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