Do you have a growth mindset? Do you teach your students about what growth mindset is and how to have one? Over the last 4 years, my school has made a shift to this way of thinking, growing our brains and teaching! Teaching students to have grit and perseverance are traits that will hopefully stay with them for the rest of their academic careers and into adulthood. 3 summers ago, Greg (Kindergarten Smorgasboard) and I did a summer book study on the book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck . The book study was wildly popular and still one of my most read posts and series! With so many teachers, administration, and districts embracing growth mindset I have put together a round up some resources that you might be interested in, when teaching growth mindset in your class! This round up includes teaching tools, activities, anchor charts, bulletin boards, and books!!!
Last summer I designed a shirt with The Wright Stuff Chics and it has finally been released this summer!! As a kindergarten teacher, I am always telling my students that mistakes are a part of learning and practice makes progress. So it was only fitting that my shirt would say, Mistakes Happen #growthmindset.
I believe in celebrating mistakes so much, that I have these huge letters as a focus in my room, to let my students know that mistakes happen, but they help us learn and grow! Scroll down for the GIVEAWAY!!!
Growth Mindset: Adjust The Way You Think from Mindful Schools
Growth Mindset Reward System from Brain Pop
Building Grit from Saturday Morning Coffee and Common Core
Interactive Power Point from Eave Coates
Why I Teach Class Values Instead Of Rules from Building Brilliance
Teaching Growth Mindset With The Paper Challenge from Musings in Middle School
Growth Mindset: The Power Of Yet from Brown Bag Teacher
STEM and Growth Mindset from Whimsy Workshop Teaching
Flip That Flop! Turning Mistakes Into Opportunities from Keep Me Thinking
Growth Mindset In The Classroom from Proud To Be Primary
Top 35 Growth Mindset Podcasts For Kids, Teens and Adults from Big Life Journal
Growth Mindset Edible Neurons from Beg, Borrow and Teach
Start Your Year Off Having A Growth Mindset from Simply Skilled in Second
Own Your Learning from Grade 8 Fieldcrest
Encouraging Student Self Reflection from Math Coach’s Corner
6 Activities To Jumpstart A Growth Mindset In The Classroom from Teaching With Simplicity
Am I Really Done? from Scholastic
Rate Yourself from Education To The Core
In Our Classroom from The Teacher Studio
Change Your Mindset from Teaching With A Mountain View
Brainology: Teaching Students About Growth Mindset from Fun In Fourth
Change Your Words – Change Your Mindset from User Generated Education
Be Somebody That Makes Everybody Feel Like Somebody from Early Core Learning
Introducing Growth Mindset from Rundes Room
Attitude from Fun In Fourth
Free Growth Mindset Posters from A New Day Of Learning
Growth Mindset Summer Book Study
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