Building Student Motivation and Achievement through Growth Mindset

Lorraine Davies
In this multi-faceted workshop you'll identify your own mindset. Learning how to apply Carol Dweck's mindset principles and teaching strategies to your teacher practice...
Target Audience
21st Century thinking teachers in primary and secondary across all subject areas.
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Learning Areas

Teaching Standards

General Description

This course introduces teachers to new teaching and learning methods based on the ground-breaking growth mindset research by world-renowned expert in the field of motivation, achievement and success Carol Dweck. Dweck has shattered preconceived beliefs about intelligence and ability.

Teachers will be equipped with a good understanding of the research evidence behind two contrasting student mindsets. Examining student motivation and achievement, and how this relates to beliefs students hold about themselves; the nature of their ability and how this interacts with teachers’ beliefs about ability.

This course is underpinned by a focus on teacher praise and feedback language; neuroplasticity – how the brain changes and a brain-based communication technique to manage challenging student (and adult) behaviours.

Mindset predicts motivation – increasing student achievement – decreasing the achievement gap.

Audience

21st Century thinking teachers in primary and secondary across all subject areas.

Available Delivery Formats

This course contributes to 6.0 professional development hours.

Occurrences

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Sessions

No session information is available.

User Rating

3.9

Latest Reviews

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Building Student Motivation and Achievement through Growth Mindset
by Jo Brewer on 22/07/2015

Lorraine’s input was terrific. She gave us an overview of the research behind growth mindset as well as ways to implement it into our classroom practice. She also provided us with lots of good links and ways to follow this up ourselves.

Building Student Motivation and Achievement through Growth Mindset
by Matt Brinson on 21/07/2015

Overall, staff thought the morning presentation was very good. At lunchtime, we suggested that the opportunity to apply morning work to some real scenarios involving praising process, etc. in the afternoon would have good and a great application of ideas presented. We were ready to move from the information that was presented – not sure Lorraine understood our suggestions on the day and took it to mean presenting on strategies rather than time to practice them. Also, some more movement and group work/report back in the morning sessions would have been good – time to digest/debrief/collaborate and then come back to the whole group.

Having said that, we enjoyed much of what was presented and mentioned to Lorraine we would be interested in having her return to speak with our parents or similar.

Building Student Motivation and Achievement through Growth Mindset
by Elaine Vertriest on 14/04/2015

A very insightful and inspiring professional development session about fixed and growth mindsets. Our mindsets were challenged with her passionate ideas about how it is okay to make mistakes and rather than ‘look’ smart, ‘be’ smart by increasing the skill and knowledge levels of students.


About the team


Lorraine Davies

Creator

Founder of Mindset Mastery and former mainstream teacher, Lorraine is a Victorian-based growth mindset education consultant, known for her passion and enthusiasm conducting Mindset professional development for educators and parents. Lorraine is an affiliated partner with Mindset Works, the company co-founded by Dr. Carol Dweck of Stanford University.