How can you instil a ‘growth mindset’ in young people at your school?
Research shows that pupils who have a growth mindset – the belief that intelligence is malleable – try harder, persist for longer, seek out feedback and set themselves more challenging goals. This course covers the latest research on growth mindset, dispels common myths, and explores practical strategies that can be implemented in the classroom and across the whole school.
This course was developed with Bradley Busch, a registered psychologist and director of InnerDrive.
This training course is suitable for all teaching and support staff. It consists of three sessions that are roughly 90 minutes in length, and can be easily adapted to your timings and staff needs.
Session 1 - Defining growth mindset, its benefits and the role of effort (90 minutes)
Session 2 - Exploring the role of feedback, setbacks and new challenges (105 minutes)
Session 3 - Overcoming challenges in implementing interventions (90 minutes)
We've created CPD Toolkit to take the time, cost and effort out of developing your own training.
Using our training is simple:
1. Download the materials, created with subject specialists, and quality assured for your peace of mind
2. Quickly adapt the resources to meet the needs of your school
3. Deliver engaging training, with the support of comprehensive facilitator guidance
4. Evaluate the impact of your training to identify areas where staff need further support
Including literacy, good assessment, excellent teaching and skilful questioning.
Including middle leadership, budgeting, subject leadership and MAT leadership.
Including managing behaviour, anti-bullying, engaging parents and time management.
Including pupils with EAL, more able, and raising achievement and closing gaps.