Growth Mindset or the Belief that intelligence and abilities
People with a growth mindset think of talents and abilities as things they can develop—as potentials that come to fruition through effort, practice, and instruction. They don’t believe that everyone has the same potential or that anyone can be Michael Phelps, but they understand that even Michael Phelps wouldn’t be Michael Phelps without years of passionate and dedicated practice. Talent is something you build on and develop, not something you simply display to the world and try to coast to success on. A teacher wields the wand which can shape the lives of generations, so unfold the magic a stimulating workshop was organized by Director Principal Ms. Shalini Nambiar for all the teachers. She talked about how having a growth mindset, or the belief that intelligence and abilities can be developed through hard work and effort, can help us achieve our goals.