Class Dojo have created a series of videos aimed at explaining the mindset concept to students, helping change their views on learning, making mistakes, the power of ‘yet’, the world of neurons, and little by little.
The series of online videos tell stories of characters who face learning barriers, and the strategies or understanding they gain from hearing about how our brains work. A useful resource for teachers who are advocating the mindset theories to pupils.
Video 1 is below, but click here to view the rest of the series.
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