Three Ways You Can Harness Personalized Learning to Promote a Growth Mindset | Sarah Cornelius

If you’ve spent time instituting Stanford professor Carol Dweck’s work on mindsets in your classroom, you know that having a growth mindset is all about embracing the power of “yet.” Students may not know something yet, but that shouldn’t stop them from figuring out the answer, improving their skills, or meeting their academic goals.
At Edmentum, we believe that growth mindset goes hand in hand with personalized learning, an increasingly popular approach that aims to put students in control of their own learning.
This focus on individual students requires a high level of student…

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