Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset is the Education Research de jeur. When research is misinterpreted, partially understood, or misapplied, our best intentions become the 'unintented consequences'! The very effort, care, and deep understanding we want for our children starts with us--Growth mindset is more than a buzzword and not a silver bullet. It takes deep understanding, nuance, and rethinking our current practices. It takes deep persistence on our part as educators. Case in point:https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/12/how-praise-became-a-consolation-prize/510845/
How Praise Became a Consolation Prize

Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset is the Education Research de jeur. When research is misinterpreted, partially understood, or misapplied, our best intentions become the 'unintented consequences'! The very effort, care, and deep understanding we want for our children starts with us--Growth mindset is more than a buzzword and not a silver bullet. It takes deep understanding, nuance, and rethinking our current practices. It takes deep persistence on our part as educators. Case in point:https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/12/how-praise-became-a-consolation-prize/510845/ [How Praise Became a Consolation Prize](https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/12/how-praise-became-a-consolation-prize/510845/ "How Praise Became a Consolation Prize")

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