- Explore ways to train the brain - Examine the benefits and risks of growth mindsets - Develop an understanding of the capability of the brain - Identify how mindsets are used in daily life
What do you think a fixed mindset is?
What do you think a growth mindset is?
A fixed mindset -refers to the belief that one's abilities, intelligence, and talents are innate (natural, unlearned) and unchangeable. People with a fixed mindset tend to Avoid challenges, Fearing Failure, ignore feedback, feeling discourage by setbacks
A growth mindset refers to the belief that one's abilities and intelligence can be developed through effort, learning, and perseverance. Individuals with a growth mindset are more likely to embrace challenges, learn from failures, and continuously improve. Resilence, accepting challenges, inspiring others, Effort is key
Booklet - Page 6
After watching the video as a class about changes in the brain when playing music, answer the following questions on page 6.
Students can watch the following video and try out the brain training activities shown (students may need to stand in some space)
How do you feel about the Brain break exercises?
Booklet - Page 7 Reflection Questions