Schools are online and many students may find this new learning environment challenging. But organising your time and taking effective notes can help students learn better.
The growth mindset theory holds a person's beliefs about their ability can be developed through effort. The fixed mindset holds a person's abilities are fixed and can't be changed.
Maths anxiety can be made a thing of the past, as new research shows.
While transitioning to the ninth grade can be stressful for many students, teaching students to be more optimistic can better enable them to cope with the challenges, research psychologists argue.
Encouraging and supporting failure can make your child more resilient, better able to cope and help them grow.
While schools have adopted 'growth mindset' interventions and millions of dollars have been spent to see if they work, an analysis of the available research shows they have only a small impact.
Growth mindset interventions work as well as many educational programs, at a fraction of the cost. And they are just in their infancy, says the Stanford researcher who developed mindset theory.
Human beings seem to be born wearing rose-colored glasses. Psychologists are interested in how this bias toward the positive works in the very young – and how it fades over time.
We need to value compassion as well as cleverness.
Kids who think being good at mathematics is just a matter of God-given talent are less likely to pursue math-related fields. But research says this kind of belief is misguided.