Brainology: Transforming Students Motivation To Learn

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In the article “ Brainology: Transforming Students’ Motivation to Learn” by, Carol S. Dweck, she differentiates the two different kinds of mindsets that students have when learning. Those mindsets are fixed and growth. A student with a fixed mindset has the mentality that every student has a substantial amount of intelligence. However, a student with a growth mindset realizes their intelligence is through learning. Students with a fixed mindset tend to give up once they make a mistake, but students with growth mindsets learn from their mistakes.

Every person has a different mindset either fixed or growth. The mindset I have is a fixed mindset for the reason that each person has a certain amount of intelligence. Whenever there tends to

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