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  • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
    Mansel A Nelson Program Coordinator Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 928-523-1275 Mansel.Nelson@nau.edu Begin forwarded
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      Mansel A Nelson
      Program Coordinator
      Tribal Environmental Education Outreach

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      From: Education Week PD Webinars <newsletters@...>
      Date: December 3, 2012 10:50:13 AM PST
      To: Mansel Nelson <mansel.nelson@...>
      Subject: Wednesday: Carol Dweck on Changing Student Mindsets
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      CAROL DWECK on
      Changing Mindsets,
      Motivating Students 
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      Renowned psychologist Carol Dweck discusses how teachers can use new discoveries in cognitive development to improve student motivation and engagement. Hear about the most common mistakes teachers make in trying to motivate students and discover detailed strategies for promoting a "growth mindset" rather than "fixed mindset" in the classroom.

      Expert presenter:
      Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D.Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., author of Mindset: The New Science of Success, is the Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology at Stanford University. Her research focuses on why students succeed and how to foster their success. Dr. Dweck was recently awarded the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award from the American Psychological Association—the highest honor in psychology.

      Moderated by: Liana Heitin, associate editor, Education Week Teacher

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