Resources: Read more about mindset

The concept of growth mindset - the belief that intelligence can be developed through effort - has gained considerable attention in K-12 education. Learn more about educators' experiences and views.

New in the MSP Library:

1. "Mindset in the Classroom: A National Study of K-12 Teachers," Education Week Research Center, September 2016.

2. "Mind-Set Interventions Are a Scalable Treatment for Academic Underachievement," David Paunesku, Gregory M. Walton, Carissa Romero, Eric N. Smith, David S. Yeager, Carol S. Dweck, Psychological Science, April 2015.

3. "Leveraging Mindsets to Promote Academic Achievement: Policy Recommendations," Aneeta Rattan, Krishna Savani, Dolly Chugh, Carol S. Dweck, Perspectives on Psychological Science, November 2015.

4. "Using Design Thinking to Improve Psychological Interventions: The Case of the Growth Mindset During the Transition to High School," Carissa Romero, Dave Paunesku, Christopher S. Hulleman, Barbara Schneider, Cintia Hinojosa, Hae Yeon Lee, Joseph O’Brien, Kate Flint, Alice Roberts, Jill Trott, Daniel Greene, Gregory M. Walton, and Carol S. Dweck David S. Yeager, Journal of Educational Psychology, 2016.

5. "Growth Mindset Tempers The Effects Of Poverty On Academic Achievement," David Paunesku, Carol S. Dweck Susana Claro, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 2016.