In order to create significant learning environments, learners must remain positive in the face of challenges and believe in themselves. When learners develop a growth mindset, they have the opportunity to learn everything imaginable in authentic contexts, recognizing that their learning is limitless and intelligence is not fixed (Dweck 2017). Dweck firmly believes that the … Continue reading Growth Mindset : Revisited
Is Computer Science is HARD?
Computer Science is a hard discipline to learn. According to the research: Students who are weak in mathematics tend to be weak in programming and therefore weak in Computer Science. Students tend to be unprepared for the constructive nature of the Computer Science discipline. Many students are not motivated or prepared to invest this amount … Continue reading Is Computer Science is HARD?
COVA : Learning Authentically
The COVA(Choice, Ownership, Voice, and Authentic Learning) learning speaks to me well. As a learner, this strategy is a unique approach; this approach challenges me and excites me simultaneously. I like to think that I am doing my best in all my work, and owning my work and being recognized for doing it is an … Continue reading COVA : Learning Authentically
Growth Mindset and the POWER of YET
Dr. Dweck talking about the power of Not Yet is very optimistic and inspiring. For me YET should be included in every educator's learners toolbox, it is indeed inspiring that in every situation or challenge, there is still an opportunity to make up, catch up and be better. I myself am guilty of not pushing … Continue reading Growth Mindset and the POWER of YET
Growth Mindset: A Key to continuous Learning
Upon reading in-depth Carol Dweck's Mindset, The New Psychology of Success, speaks to me and made me realize that I have a lot to learn in order for me to achieve a Growth Mindset. I always praise my students and tell them that they can do anything, but now I am realizing that I need … Continue reading Growth Mindset: A Key to continuous Learning