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Promoting Growth Mindset and SMP1 through Strategies
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Promoting Growth Mindset and SMP1 through Strategies
PD that explores the differences between fixed and growth mindset. The PD will provide teachers opportunities to reflect how implementing specific strategies may promote growth mindset and help students persevere in becoming independent problem solvers.

Leah Lorton, Sahar Khatri, and Heather Stone

Cultivating Growth Mindset: Teacher Tools
PD that explains the brain science behind growth mindset and offers teachers the opportunities to create classroom structures to promote a growth mindset culture.

Ayesha Saletore, Gabie Mathiesen, and Samantha-Lynn Mazzeo

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