Growth Mindset: Boosting Motivation and Achievement
How to Implement a Growth Mindset Curriculum in the Classroom
Research has shown that students’ beliefs about their intelligence can have a lasting impact on their achievement levels. And those with a growth mindset simply learn, thrive, and achieve more than those who have a fixed mindset.
During the Growth Mindset online education course, featuring the same learning opportunity as Strobel Ed’s powerful live workshop, teachers will learn how to cultivate confidence in their students, how to impart the value of productive struggle, how to inspire risk-taking—and how implementing a growth mindset leads to positive results inside and outside the classroom.
This online course will set teachers up with the tools needed to immediately and easily implement a growth mindset curriculum. Participants will be provided with a PDF handout for use during the course—and receive exclusive access to Strobel Ed's Tribe Tools, digital resources and ready-to-go lessons that will help develop gritty, determined, self-reliant students.
Group pricing available. Contact us for details.
Module 1 - Inside the Mindsets
Module 2 - Digging Deeper: Grit, Drive, Determination, and Effort
Module 3 - How Growth Mindset Works
Module 4 - Making Growth Mindset Work for You
Module 5 - Words Matter
Module 6 - Why Criticism and Failure Are Good Things!
Module 7 - Growth Mindset in Action
Module 8 - Growth Mindset in Action (cont.)
Module 9 - Growth Mindset Toolkit
Kim Strobel is the owner of Strobel Education. She is a highly sought-after consultant, speaker, and happiness coach who works with K-12 teachers and schools throughout the country. Applying her experiences as a curriculum director, former district-wide literacy coordinator, and professional development coach, she partners with teachers to implement innovative practices in the classroom.
Kim is known for her fiercely energetic presentations, and she combines her dedication to the teaching profession with a positive message of inspiration, leaving teachers feeling both empowered and confident to take what they’ve learned back to their classrooms.
In 2010, she was awarded a grant from the Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity Fellowship, which she used to study the practice of meditation and how to use it in the classroom. Most recently, she's taken her vision of reimagining education to the national stage as a featured speaker at the Innovative Schools Summit in Atlanta, and the School Discipline Conference in Las Vegas.