"Developing a growth mindset in students has become a popular social-emotional learning goal in schools, and a District Administration report finds that it gains the strongest foothold when it has been adopted by administrators and school staff, too — and when they use language that supports it."Source:
James Paterson, Education DIVE, May 11, 2018Description
: "The article lists 10 growth mindset practices that educators say have improved student behavior and performance, including the use of positive language, more student control over the class and their work and efforts to build trust, encouraging minority students, and increasing opportunity for students to advance, including with more inclusive advanced classes."Read the full article here!