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Martin Burrett

Book: The Student Mindset by @VESPAmindset via @CrownHousePub - 0 views

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    "This book is an effective guide to help plan and execute successful learning. The authors believe that there are five key traits and behaviours that students need to master in order to make their education a success. These five traits vision, effort, systems, practice and attitude need to work in sync to beat the challenges of studying."
Martin Burrett

Analytical research questions effectiveness of Mindset as an educational intervention - 0 views

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    "A major research publication recently released in the journal "Psychological Science" has called into question the notion of mindsets in academic achievement outcomes. The theory holds that individuals with growth mindsets (beliefs that attributes are malleable with effort) enjoy many positive outcomes-including higher academic achievement-while their peers who have fixed mindsets experience negative outcomes."
Martin Burrett

Graphic: Going Higher - 4 views

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    Text: Hurdles can stop you, but you will go higher if you try to get over them
Martin Burrett

UKEdMag: 'I'm rubbish at Maths' How personal experience can influence teaching by @kara... - 0 views

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    I'm rubbish at Maths' are words that regularly come out of mouth during my adult life. This fixed mindset is deep rooted. When faced with a Maths challenge I have immediate flashbacks to those bottom set Maths lessons where everyone else were given more complicated problems with bigger numbers to solve. I may have a fixed mindset in terms of my own capabilities, but I believe every child has the capacity to be a fantastic Mathematician, if they are given the opportunity and are encouraged to have the belief in the 'power of yet'.
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