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Growth Mindset Classroom Display

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Years: 1 - 6

A growth mindset display to use in the classroom.

What Is Growth Mindset?

At its core, a growth mindset is just a belief that you have about yourself that you can achieve anything. It’s a way of teaching your students to fail forward – that is, learning from their mistakes and realising that just because they can’t do something now, this doesn’t mean they will never be able to do it. They just can’t quite do it yet!

It’s All in the M-I-N-D-S-E-T

These posters serve as a reminder for students to use a growth mindset when completing tasks through an acronym based around the letters of the word MINDSET.

  • M – Maybe there is a better or different way to do this!
  • I – I can’t do this yet, but soon I will be able to!
  • N – Nothing can keep me from success except myself!
  • D – Dust yourself off and try again!
  • S – Sometimes I need extra time to figure something out, and that’s just fine!
  • E – Even if I fail ten times, I can try until I get it right!
  • T – There’s always another way to look at a challenge!

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