What's a growth mindset?

    Children with a growth mindset know that success is based on hard work and learning. Intelligence and talent are not innate abilities (fixed mindset). With a growth mindset children focus on learning over just looking smart, see effort as the key to success, and thrive in the face of a challenge. They know how to embrace the word ‘YET’.

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Benefits for your child

What a growth mindset can do for you and your child

Never Feel Stupid When Learning

Growth mindset allows your kid to realize that in order to be really good in something they have to put in the effort. Mistakes are there for us to learn from.

Enjoy Life, Even When You’re Not Good At It

“This is a wonderful feature of the growth mindset. You don’t have to think you’re already great at something to want to do it and to enjoy doing it.” – Dweck

Having Supportive Relationships

Kids with a growth mindset are eager to help their friends when they see them struggling. They can help them work on their obstacles, and are able to challenge them to be their best selves. This leads to healthier and happier relationships.

Strengthens Confidence

A growth mindset is not about proving yourself to others. What a child learns is that we are all improving and growing everyday. There is no such thing as perfection.

Lowers Risk of Depression

In a study performed by Baer, Grant, and Dweck (2005), students in the fixed mindset had higher levels of depression because they ruminated over problems and setbacks.

Be Better at Taking Responsibility For Their Life

A fixed mindset tries to repair self-esteem after a failure by assigning blame and making excuses.
A growth mindset helps you take responsibility for your actions and decisions. Blaming others only creates more setbacks in out personal growth.

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