Developing Growth Mindset

Whole School Online Training

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Raising Attainment and Aspirations in the Primary Classroom.

This training can be booked for ALL staff at your school and is aimed at primary head teachers, leadership teams, teachers and TAs.

The Growth Mindset explains why it’s not just our abilities and talents that bring us success but how we approach our goals. Mindset refers to the beliefs that we hold, whether we think our abilities are set in stone (the fixed mindset) or open to development (the growth mindset). These mindsets have enormous implications for personal and educational development and whether we reach our potential in life or plateau.

The Growth Mindset is the result of research by Prof Carol Dweck at Stanford University and is backed by neuroscience. It is one of the principles in positive psychology – that we can learn optimism, develop our strengths and grow our happiness. It sets out a formula for success at school and in life.

This session will examine the research and consider implications for the primary classroom. We will share practical strategies for developing this approach in your school. We will look at ways to continually foster a growth mindset and ensure that this approach is ‘lived and breathed’ by both children and teachers to ensure real impact on attitudes and attainment.

Choice of dates and times:

Wednesday 2nd March 2022 4pm – 5.30pm

Wednesday 30th March 2022 1.30pm – 3pm

Thursday 26th May 2022 4.15pm – 5.45pm

Tuesday 18th October 2022 4pm – 5.30pm

Train Your Whole School for £100 (+VAT) Special Offer!
  1. Download and save the participant form from THIS LINK.
  2. Purchase this whole school training by selecting the date below.
  3. Complete the form with name of your school, the date of the training and the emails and names of all participants. Please note that this offer is only available on the dates and times stated above.
  4. Email this form to info@dandelionlearning.org

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