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Barbara Esham

Mindset should be required reading for all elementary school teachers--- Dr. Carol Dweck has a message for all. I was thankful to receive endorsements from her for my children's book series, The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses. As the mother of three young daughters, I thought it was critical to introduce the "growth mindset" to this age group. The series explores the thoughts and theories behind intelligence, learning, creativity, and success--- introduced in a children's format.
(I sure hope my spelling is correct--- can't seem to figure out how to use "spell check" for this post! Spelling errors for all to notice? Oh well, keep the "growth mindset" in place!)

Barbara Esham

Mindset should be required reading for all elementary school teachers--- Dr. Carol Dweck has a message for all. I was thankful to receive endorsements from her for my children's book series, The Adventures of Everyday Geniuses. As the mother of three young daughters, I thought it was critical to introduce the "growth mindset" to this age group. The series explores the thoughts and theories behind intelligence, learning, creativity, and success--- introduced in a children's format.
(I sure hope my spelling is correct--- can't seem to figure out how to use "spell check" for this post! Spelling errors for all to notice? Oh well, keep the "growth mindset" in place!)

Dave Shearon

Thanks, Adam. I dropped by your blog. Best wishes with your entrepreneurial efforts!

Adam

I have a blog dedicated to this topic of growth mindset ideas. Lots of posts but I am learning about how to share it with more people.

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