In this episode, we talk about long-term development for students to develop their own mindset shift. Specifically, about growth and fixed mindsets in students.
01:36 Why it’s important to talk about mindset especially in early education
02:17 What can teachers do in engaging passive learners
02:50 Cultivating motivation so that students are inspired to grow and to engage in activities to better themselves.
03:04 How do we create an environment where it’s okay for a student to fail?
03:55 Community action rather than just teacher action
04:56 Kids don’t have an idea what success really means
05:55 Competency-based framework
06:20 Failure doesn’t define you. Failure is just part of the process, and you will eventually get there if you put in the work.
07:59 In your work at Highlander Institute or beyond, have you seen growth mindset prioritized in the classroom where it’s a foundational part of skill-building and just like person-building in schools or classrooms?
08:45 Conversations between parents, teachers and students
10:06 Failure in itself isn’t the learning moment. The learning moment is the conversation that comes from the failure.
10:49 First step for teachers