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Head Office (UK)
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T: +44 1670 330036

Head Office Address
Challenging Learning,
2 Linnet Court, Cawledge Business Park,
Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 2GD, UK

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Jun 2021


Singapore Standard Time
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


S$500nett pp

WEBINAR: Hosted by Illumien, Singapore

Audience: Teachers (all grades), Instructional Coaches, Allied Educators and School Leaders

Thousands of teachers around the world have introduced growth mindset to their students in the expectation that it will enhance learning and build resilience. However, the two meta-analyses examining the impact of growth mindset show a disappointingly-low effect (0.1 to 0.19, less than half of the typical effect). The main cause of this is that too many schools have a performance-focus and are therefore unable to make the most of growth mindset; indeed, growth mindset might be contradictory and therefore an unhelpful distraction in these circumstances.

However, as a vehicle for creating and enhancing a learning-focused environment, growth mindset can have a very significant effect. Drawing on his many speaking tours with Carol Dweck, as well as his deep understanding of the mindset research, James Nottingham will show you how to take the best steps towards a learning-focus that uses growth mindset to maximum effect.

The day will help participants to:

  • Understand the real messages about Growth Mindset (rather than the urban myths).
Learn the best strategies for building a Growth Mindset culture so that all people (staff and students) benefit.
  • Develop a common language for enhancing the learning process.
  • Discover how Growth Mindset can be used to inspire and reassure students so that they develop resilience, determination, learning strategies and metacognitive thinking.
  • Identify the links between Growth Mindset, Failure, Mistakes and James Nottingham’s Learning Pit.

Early Bird: S$400nett per participant (till 30 April 2020)
Standard: S$500nett per participant (from 1 May 2020)
Group Discount: S$50 off per participant if 3 or more from same organisation register for same workshop
(includes lunch and a coffee/tea break)

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