Helping adults learn new skills

When it comes to kids, growth mindset is a hot topic in education. Studies indicate that children who view intelligence as pliable and responsive to effort show greater persistence when encountering new or difficult tasks. In contrast, children who view intelligence as static or “fixed” have a harder time rebounding from academic setbacks or are reluctant to take on new challenges that might be difficult.

Students are not the only ones encountering new challenges at school: Teachers face an evolving profession, driven in part by technology and a rapidly changing economy.

Source: Never Too Late: Creating a Climate for Adults to Learn New Skills | MindShift | KQED News

If I hear one more teacher say “I’m not good at computers” or “You grew up with computers” I’m going to scream!

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