Growth Mindset Flip Book
Great for the first week of school. Meet the Teacher Night display.
★Which mindset do I have – fixed or growth?
★How does my mindset impact my performance in school?
★How can I change my mindset?
★Why do I want a growth mindset?
Teaching students to have a growth mindset is a challenge. There’s a lot of honesty and reflection that goes into your student’s part –
★How they perceive their abilities
★Believing their intelligence could be developed
★Students focus on the process that leads to learning
-trying new strategies for learning
Whether you are a part of a schoolwide structured program or you are leading the way on the growth mindset initiative – your students will enjoy this easy-to-assemble growth mindset flip book.
★This growth mindset activity promotes independent thinking, critical thinking in a student centered classroom, and differentiation.
★Creative coloring activity – your students will design the cover to represent a fixed mindset and a growth mindset.
★cover coloring activity
★identifying fixed mindset and growth mindset characteristics
★discussion response questions
★How fixed mindset people and growth mindset people approach challenges, criticism, effort, obstacles, and the success of others
Directions are clear and explicit.
Created by Danielle Knight, © Study All Knight ™, The Knight Stuff, LLC