The power of believing that you can improve | Carol Dweck - TED Video
Resources for teaching growth mindset - Edutopia
Growth Mindset for College Students - PERTS
Pathway Transformation Initiative - Growth Mindset Video - Fullerton College
How to help fulfill every child's potential - RSA Animated
Watch Carol Dweck explain her work in GM in the TED video.
Although focused on K12, these resources can be applied and adapted to a college classroom. Categories include understanding GM, strategies for addressing GM, GM within Math, and giving better student feedback.
Developed by Stanford University, this short video introduce the concept of GM and the impact it has on college students, hence why it is an instructional tool for equity in the college classroom.
Read about five confusions associate with growth mindset (GM) and then a quick explanation about how GM is good for human learning.
Maria Popova outlines these two mindsets as an introducing the reader to Carol Dweck's research that supports the theory and how it applies to how humans learn best through self-direction, curiosity and deliberate practice and risk not effort-praise, direct instruction, fear and containment.
View the video all incoming students view at Fullerton College as an initiative to increase student learning and student success.
Designed for K12 educators by PERTS, a collection of education partners at Stanford University, this "teacher" resource on growth mindset is a series of self-paced online lessons on many relevant topics (belonging, praise process, not person). Adapting for an adult learning context, you can start thinking and designing a GM classroom environment. Browse the menu for additional lessons and resources.
"A tool for quickly assessing student mindsets, created by PERTS at Stanford University" that can inform how many students possess adaptive mindsets. Use this resource after you have developed a GM environment in your classroom and use it as a guide on how to direct it.
Scroll to the bottom of this page to access the seminal research studies on which GM is based.
This collection of four videos discusses how teachers have been inspired to use growth mindset in their classrooms and powerful effects it has had on their students. While it reflects K-12 context, the lessons can be adapted to a college teaching and learning environment if we focus on developing students' learning strategies to grow curiosity and belief in their ability to learn.
Narrated by Carol Dweck, this animated video presents a visual summary of her work on growth mindset. Share it with students to help them understand how their belief about what learning is might be impeding their goals of high performance.