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3 Great Ideas for Encouraging Growth Mindset in the Writing Process

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I am so thrilled to share this post with all of you. Because it’s the first one, I’ll offer full disclosure: 1 of the great ideas is from my wife, and 1 is from yours truly. The topic:

What are you doing in the classroom to facilitate growth mindset in writing?

So, without further ado, here we go!

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– From Allison, an English teacher in New Jersey:

Most students inevitably make the mistake of regarding writing as a product rather than a process, and therefore they often produce poorly edited work and then either ignore or bristle at the feedback given to their product. The most obvious solution to this problem is the use of drafting and revision in any essay to move students toward a growth mindset. Still, thoughtful revision is hard to come by.

To combat intellectual laziness and product-oriented thinking in student writing, one of the more…

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