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    1. 1. Mindset at WorkWhat to do with what we knowSpring 2012 Amy Toombs Melanie Beckett
    2. 2. Mindsets✤ SMART is statement of what one is; you are or you are not. It is inflexible and inborn.✤ WORK is a statement of what one does. It facilitates growth. Work=Growth=Malleable Intelligence.
    3. 3. Goals✤ Refine our understanding of growth mindset✤ Understand mindset as it relates to our students✤ Generate ideas for incorporating growth mindset in our work
    4. 4. GrowthAttributes
    5. 5. GrowthAttributes✤ Note the key attributes of Captain Sullenberger’s thinking during the time he was making decisions.✤ Note what he says that you find most compelling.✤ What does this have to do with teaching?
    6. 6. http://youtu.be/ixUbdeXCp0M
    7. 7. GrowthAttributes✤ Note the key attributes of Captain Sullenberger’s thinking during the time he was making decisions.✤ Note what he says that you find most compelling.✤ What does this have to do with teaching?
    8. 8. Teacher Mindset✤ What does teacher mindset look ✤ 4. When a student gets the like in the classroom setting? Give wrong answer/can’t answer? growth/fixed examples for the following: ✤ 5. In communicating with parents about students?✤ 1. When a student is finished with work quickly? ✤ 6. When a student misbehaves?✤ 2. When homework isn’t done? ✤ 7. In designing group work?✤ 3. When giving feedback on student work? Tomlinson, 2009
    9. 9. Teacher Mindset✤ What messages are you sending students about intelligence and achievement?✤ What behaviors do you exhibit or see others exhibiting that encourage or discourage a growth mindset?✤ What behaviors do you exhibit that encourage or discourage a fixed mindset?
    10. 10. Fixed Mindsetleads to...✤ Underperformance✤ Opting out✤ Risk avoidance✤ Perceived loss of control✤ Academic Dishonesty
    11. 11. Growth Mindsetleads to...✤ Resiliency✤ Risk-taking✤ Success✤ Control over learning
    12. 12. Strategies that Encourage GrowthMindset✤ Avoid telling students they are ✤ Encourage reflection smart✤ Praise work and persistence, not intelligence or ability✤ Emphasize growth for all students✤ Provide feedback for growth✤ Highlight everyone’s valuable contribution
    13. 13. Encouraging Reflection✤ What did you learn?✤ How do you know you learned it?✤ What got in the way of your learning?✤ What helped your learning?✤ How did you feel?
    14. 14. Fairness✤ Fairness is not giving everyone the same thing✤ Fairness is giving everyone what they need to grow
    15. 15. Mindset & Giftedness✤ Students labeled gifted... ✤ commit academic dishonesty to get that “A” ✤ may become lazy ✤ refuse challenging tasks due to perfectionism ✤ devalue others’ opinions ✤ lie about their level of achievement
    16. 16. Peril of PraiseHow Not to Talk to Your Kids by Po BronsonNew York Magazine. Feb. 11, 2007
    17. 17. Reflection✤ Review your answers on the “Questions to Consider”✤ Would you answer any of these questions differently? Why or why not?✤ Write one way you can put growth mindset into practice in your classroom✤ Write one way you can put growth mindset into practice with peers/co-workers

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