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In early June the Mindset Scholars Network will launch a year-long initiative to support early career scholars’ use of the National Study of Learning Mindsets (NSLM) data to test new ideas about mindset science.
A project led by Mindset Scholar Stephanie Fryberg explores the relationships between teacher behaviors, classroom environments, student mindsets, and academic outcomes, with a specific focus on Native American students.
Geoff Cohen and Tanner LeBaron Wallace discuss how they’re using a large video dataset to explore teaching practices that support students’ development of learning mindsets.
The Mindset Scholars Network’s Executive Director, Lisa Quay, is a featured columnist in Education Week’s “10 Big Ideas in Education” for 2018. She describes how insights from research on motivation can help close the gaps between mindset science and practice.
This post provides an overview of the Network’s new research synthesis exploring how insights from mindset science can optimize the design of educational environments in K-12 and postsecondary settings.