A conversation on how solid research can affect the purchase of curriculum…and how research changes over the years,using ‘growth mindset ” curricula as the example.? Dr. Howie Knoff of Project Achieve speaks to the long term differences in research in education….Do Growth Mindset strategies work? Is teaching  a child to believe in all cases that they can do it with hard work and resilience the best way to teach for educational growth. Seems like it should be, but what does the research say. Draw your own conclusions on a very engaging topic. FYI, Dr Knoff mentions Brainology, a curriculum for Growth Mindset in Education and a compaany I was not familiar with. Please visit their website to determine how you feel about Dr. Knoff’s comments.

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