How the Growth Mindset Protects against Poverty-Related Achievement Deficits

“When students believe their intelligence can grow and change with effort, they perform better on academic tests. Students from low-income families were less likely to hold a growth mindset than their more affluent peers. However, if a low-income student did have a growth mindset, it worked as a buffer against the negative effects of poverty …

Explaining Learning Differences to Students

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Explaining Learning Differences to Students This article discusses how one mom explained dyslexia to her son.  There are also some good books out there that can help students understand their learning needs and realize that they are not alone in their struggles.  Please see the professional who identified your child’s learning differences for additional resources, …