Teaching kids what it means to have a growth mindset is often easier than helping them replace their fixed mindset thoughts and
Multiple Intelligence Theory and the research on Growth Mindset offer us insight into how the brain works, what it means to be
Do you love math? Or are you convinced that the math train left the station without you long ago? No matter how
When students struggle in math, it’s often due to their beliefs about what it takes to be successful
Growth mindset is much more than a buzzword, and nowhere is this more apparent than in mathematics.
Oh no! I’ve tumbled down into the rabbit hole of growth mindset research, never to be seen again! All kidding aside, the more I learn about growth mindset, the more fascinated I am with
Dr. Howard Gardner first proposed Multiple Intelligence (MI) theory over 40 years, suggesting that IQ is not one-dimensional, and that it can’t be described by a single number.
Guest post by Tracey Graham of Growing a STEM Classroom
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Why We Shouldn’t Praise Kids for Being Smart … and How to Use Praise Effectively
Caring teachers are lavish in their praise; they know