Developing Growth Mindsets You have the POWER to

Developing Growth Mindsets You have the POWER to

Developing Growth Mindsets You have the POWER to MAKE IT HAPPEN!! www.kathleenkryza.com Developing Growth Mindsets C Growth Mindsets U . Understand that developing a growth

mindset is a choice that will positively impact your personal and professional life. K Difference between growth and fixed mindsets Effort grows neural connections A - Self-Assess your own mindset and develop a toolkit of strategies for academic

and personal success. N - MINDSETS PLUS SKILL SETS = RESULTS www.kathleenkryza.com Norms and Routines The sound of coming together Chat Chum whom you will think and share and learn with today

Assign Chat Chum A and Chat Chum B www.kathleenkryza.com www.kathleenkryza.com www.kathleenkryza.com www.kathleenkryza.com The Brain is COOL! Lets See How YOUR Brain is

Wired, Dude! www.kathleenkryza.com Feel it? (Experience) www.kathleenkryza.com Logic Toothpick Puzzle www.kathleenkryza.com

Word Riddles www.kathleenkryza.com Lets Give It a Go! Move to the side of the room for the activity of your choice. You will have 5 minutes to work the activity. You are working alone, no talking. Go back to your core groups Now,lets reflect on the following Before,

During, After www.kathleenkryza.com It walks on four legs in the morning, two legs at noon and three legs in the evening. What is it? I am the beginning of the end, and the end of time and space. I am essential to creation, and I surround every place. What am I? What always runs but never walks, often murmurs, never talks, has a bed but never sleeps, has a mouth but never eats?

At night they come without being fetched. By day they are lost without being stolen. What are they? The one who makes it, sells it. The one who buys it, never uses it. The one that uses it never knows that he's using it. What is www.kathleenkryza.com Solution Mindset ? www.kathleenkryza.com

What Was Going On in Your Brain? Before Why did you choose your activity? How did you feel before? During How did you feel? What did you say to yourself? BE HONEST!

After How did you feel? What you were thinking? www.kathleenkryza.com Where Does Your Brain Peak? Fixed Right or Wrong? Growth Right or WrongWhy?

www.kathleenkryza.com Carol DweckStanford University www.kathleenkryza.com Dwecks Findings: Two Mindsets Fixed mindset: You are born with a specific amount of Intelligence and talent Talent creates success, effort doesnt make a difference

When you learn something, you either get it or you dont LOOK GOOD AT ALL COSTS (Never let folks know you dont get it) Growth mindset: Brains and talent are just the starting point Intelligence CAN be developed Enjoy effort and the process of learning Believe you can always grow

and learn LEARN AT ALL COSTS ( I dont care what others think, I just want to learn!) www.kathleenkryza.com Magic Formula for Success Mindsets Skill plus

Sets equal s www.kathleenkryza.com RESULTS! Fixed Mindset Response: Helpless When faced with FAILURE or CHALLENGE, people with a FIXED mindset:

Dont' pay attention to learning information, they just give up. (I can never do this) Get depressed, lose self-esteem. (Poor me!) Say to themselves See, I am stupid Under-represent past successes and over-represent failures (I never do things right) Explain the cause of events as something stable about them. (I am ALWAYS this way!) www.kathleenkryza.com Growth Mindset Response: Mastery

When faced with failure or challenge, people with a GROWTH mindset: Pay attention to learning information, and so do better on future tests. (Next time Ill know to do this) Focus on what they are learning, rather than focusing on how they feel. (If I pay attention, I will get this)

Try out new ways of doing things. (Ill try another way!) Use self-motivating statements such as the harder it gets the harder I try. When faced with tests which are impossible to pass they will factor in other reasons and not blame their intellect. (This test was beyond my ability for NO, but nextwww.kathleenkryza.com time) Carol S. Dweck, Standford University Mindset: The new psychology of success

that intelligence can be developed, New research which reveals and expertise can be built by means of deliberate practice. www.kathleenkryza.com Intelligence = _____% effort vs. _____% ability Fixed = 35% effort vs. 65% ability Growth = 65% effort vs. 35% ability

www.kathleenkryza.com www.kathleenkryza.com From neuroscience we know that Neurons that fire together Wire together! www.kathleenkryza.com See It: (People Who Have

Growth Mindsets) www.kathleenkryza.com This Is What a Growth Mindset is All About! www.kathleenkryza.com Learning Challenges Didnt Stop Them! Tom Cruise/ Actor "I had to train myself to focus my attention. I became very visual and learned

how to create mental images in order to comprehend what I read." Danny Glover / Actor "Kids made fun of me because I was dark skinned, had a wide nose, and was dyslexic. Even as an actor, it took me a long time to realize why words and letters got jumbled in my mind and came out differently. Anthony Hopkins / Actor My childhood was "awful" - not because of any lack of parental love, but because I was so hopeless at school. I was a moody, lonely, an only child whose main pleasure was playing the piano and whose father worried about him not being like other boys. I believe that success has

made me a nicer person. "I feel more responsive to other people because I'm not so insecure. I just feel reassured that I wasn't the moron I thought I was." Henry Winkler / Actor, author "As a child, I was called stupid and lazy. On the SAT I got 159 out of 800 in math. My parents had no idea that I had a learning disability. If you will it, it is not a dream. The great thing about a learning problem is it forces you to become a problem solver. www.kathleenkryza.com Challenges Didnt Stop Them! Thomas Edison / Inventor "My teachers say I'm addled . . . my father thought I was stupid, and I almost decided I must be a

dunce." John R. Horner / Paleontologist, author I barely made it through school. I read real slow. But I like to find things that nobody else has found, like a dinosaur egg that has an embryo inside. Well, there are 36 of them in the world, and I found 35." Albert Einstein / Physicist, Nobel Prize Winner Had Delayed Speech and Reading Skills Alexander Graham Bell / Inventor RING RING! Wernher von Braun / Rocket Engineer Pierre Curie, Physicist 1903 Nobel Prize) Michael Faraday / Physicist Henry Ford / Inventor Varoom Varoom! www.kathleenkryza.com

Made it Despite Challenges! Cher / Actress, singer "I never read in school. I got really bad grades--D's and F's and C's in some classes, and A's and B's in other classes. In the second week of the 11th grade, I just quit. When I was in school, it was really difficult. Almost everything I learned, I had to learn by listening. My report cards always said that I was not living up to my potential. Don't focus on how Dyslexia makes life tougher......instead........hear the invisible voices of creativity that sing louder in your heart that those less fortunate people who have not been given our gift (curse) to challenge them to greater heights. Make peace with it and fly!"

Britney Spears / Singer River Phoenix / Actor Usher / Singer www.kathleenkryza.com Struggled in School, Made it in Business! Charles Schwab / Investor & multimillionaire businessman"I couldn't read. I just scraped by. My solution back then was to read classic comic books because I could figure them out from the context of the

pictures. Now I listen to books on tape. John Corcoran / Real Estate "Understand how your brain works; recognize and understand the problems of learning differently. It is hard work to teach people like me, and it is hard for people like me to learn. To learn to read and spell makes me feel successful---at last I am whole."

Fred Curry / Chairman & CEO of Greyhound Bus Reyn Guyer / Nerf ball developer William Hewlett / Co-Founder of Hewlett-Packard Tommy Hilfiger / Fashion designer www.kathleenkryza.com Steve Jobs / Founder of Apple Computer & Who is a Growth mindset role model in YOUR life?

WALK AND TALK: Movement and Talk www.kathleenkryza.com helps cement learning Stuck on the Escaltor? www.kathleenkryza.com TalkTalk About MINDSETS

www.kathleenkryza.com www.kathleen Begin to notice: What messages Our teachers? Our parents? Our friends? Our SELVES??? do we allow into our brains?

Messages and thoughts affect the chemicals in our brains www.kathleenkryza.com Believe In Yourself and Work Hard Work Hard! Try Hard! Believe Hard! www.kathleenkryza.com EFFORT IS

They Grow ESSENTIAL! Them By Working Hard and Never Giving Up! Brains Dont Grow Neural Connectionswww.kathleenkryza.com Magically Mindset Review Fixed mindset

ability cannot change Growth mindset ability can change (grow) with effort www.kathleenkryza.com Core Groups: Each person share three Import Things you Learned about Growth

Mindsets today LIFE COACHES; be prepare to share what you hear the team say www.kathleenkryza.com Magic Formula for Success Mindsets Skill plus

Sets equal s www.kathleenkryza.com RESULTS! What Will You Choose! You have the POWER to MAKE IT HAPPEN!!

www.kathleenkryza.com Growth Mindset If youre open to growth, you tend to grow Growth or Fixed? which are you? How do you think? - It is a way of thinking, believing that who you are is constantly changeable.

- It is the belief that every moment is simply a passageway to becoming a better person. - It is the mentality that learning and growth are endless and that the greatest accomplishments are met through dedication, practice, and effort. Famous people with a Growth Mindset Michael Jordan, J.K. Rowling, and Oprah exemplify the core concepts of a growth mindset. Each of these celebrities have faced failure and criticism but with hard work and dedication they have mastered their

o r G You can always substantially change how intelligent you are You embrace challenges, because you know they will make you stronger Obstacles and setbacks dont discourage you, failing doesnt scare you, you view it as an opportunity to learn. Criticism and negative feedback

isnt always about you, but your current abilities and you see it as a way to improve. You view the success of others as an inspiration et s nd G wG th

i M www.kathleenkryza.com Fi xe d G G What is it?

1. Your intelligence is something very basic about you that you can't change very much. 2. You can learn new things, but you can't really change how intelligent you are. 3. You avoid challenges because youre not sure if youll succeed and you dont want it to ruin your image 4. When someone gives you feedback, it feels like a criticism of your capabilities and of you

5. Sometimes you wish you could bring down the success of others M in ds e t Talk Talk

About It? www.kathleenkryza.com Passionately Committed to Transforming Educators Instructional Mindsets and Skill Sets Bring Kathleen to your school or district for a dynamic Workshop, Coaching or Consulting experience! Topics: Self-Regulation/Executive Functioning: Mindsets + Skill Sets = Results! The Common Core and Differentiating Instruction: Practical Strategies for Real Classrooms Close Reading Strategies for Secondary Learners

Other topics includes: Differentiated Instruction Introductory/Advanced Co-teaching Active Engagement in the Classroom Inclusive Education/Response to Intervention Reading and Writing in the Content Areas Inspiring Learners Institutes: A series of days co-created with you around meeting all students need Culturally, Academically and Social-Emotionally www.inspringlearners.com www.kathleenkryza.com

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