Growth Mindset Resource Centre

Explore growth mindset books, activities, resources and quotes to help your students achieve their goals & conquer obstacles.

Growth Mindset Books and Resource

Growth Mindset Resources

Carol Dweck and her colleagues at Stanford University developed the term growth mindset. Her research found children with a growth mindset pushed through challenges, used different learning strategies and learned from their mistakes. They believe their intelligence is not static but can develop and grow.
A growth mindset helps students achieve their educational goals. It also helps them work through difficult tasks. Whereas children with a fixed mindset believe intelligence is fixed from birth and nothing will change it.

Browse resources to support your students to develop a growth mindset. You will find picture books, short videos, online resources and discussion questions.

Explore these growth mindset books to help your student understand how they can improve their abilities and help them achieve their goals.

Nurturing a growth mindset classroom will help your students push through challenges, use different learning strategies and learn from their mistakes.

Develop a growth mindset in your students through praise. Emphasising effort and perseverance helps them be in control of their own learning success.

Quotes are a great tool to help your students develop a growth mindset. These quotes and related questions will get a discussion classroom discussion started.

Growth Mindset Resources and Further Reading

You can read more about Carol Dweck’s research in the documents. A list of her research papers are listed on her Stanford University bio page.

The Project for Education Research that Scales (PERTS), a research centre at Stanford University, created a Mindset Kit. The Mindset Kit, based on research, provides teachers and parents with resources and materials to promote a growth mindset in children.

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Growth Mindset Books and Resource

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