Growth Mindset & Strength-Based Feedback - Literacy Connects

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2022 • 28 Pages • 1.18 MB • English
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Reading Seed “Strength Based Feedback and Growth Mindset” Welcome and Agenda • Welcome and Agenda • Introductions • Learning Goals • Growth Mindset – Research, Examples and Practice • Strength-Based Feedback – Research, Examples, and Practice • Review and Reflection Introductions • At your tables, please introduce yourself by providing the following: – Your Name – Coaching experience • Number of years coaching Learning Goals 1. Coaches will be able to understand the difference between a Growth Mindset and a Fixed Mindset. 2. Coaches will learn ways to encourage a Growth mindset in their students. 3. Coaches will understand the concept of a strengths-based approach GROWTH MINDSET Perfect Praise Think of a time when you received some really great feedback or praise that helped you grow. What was the feedback and why was it so great? Think/Write/Share (5 minutes) What is the Growth Mindset? Mindsets are beliefs. In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. Students with a growth mindset focus on improving instead of how smart they are. Growth Mindset In the growth mindset, students care about learning. Effort is a positive thing; it ignites their intelligence and causes it to grow. Success means they have worked hard and put forth enough effort. Fixed Mindset In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits. If you have the ability, you shouldn’t need effort. If success means they are smart, then struggling means they are not. Growth vs. Fixed Mindset Video Research behind and Explanation of the Growth Mindset Discuss: • Thoughts on the video? • Have you seen this behavior in your students? Implementation for Coaches Praise communicates mindsets. – Encourage hard work and effort; avoid praising talent or the result and instead praise effort. – Encourage the love of learning and the process of learning; allow for mistakes as the process of learning. – Instead of saying, “You’re so smart”, say “You must have worked hard!” Coach Phrases • Boy, this is hard; this is fun! • Oh, sorry, that was too easy – no fun. Let’s do something more challenging that you can learn from. • Let’s talk about what we struggled with today and learned from. I’ll go first. • Mistakes are so interesting. Here’s a wonderful mistake. Let’s see what we can learn from it. What do you notice about all of these?

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