Growth Mindset versus Fixed Mindset, 6/9/2024

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About the Course:
Clinicians working with students struggling at grade level are committed to raising their student’s achievement ability by creating opportunities to learn. In this course, clinicians will learn new techniques that can help support, motivate, and encourage these students without enabling them. Clinicians can do much to minimize “learned helpless” behavior that many of these students exhibit. This course will indicate how to offer support to parents and partner with them to cultivate a healthy learning mindset which will ultimately lead children to develop academic skills that are self-directed.
 
Course Objectives:
  1. Select 4 skills needed to ensure academic success perseverance, inhibition/emotional regulation, cognitive flexibility and working memory skills
  2. Identify the differences between a growth mindset and fixed mindset
  3. Identify 5 activities to teach children to understand neural development
  4. Identify appropriate ways to praise children and teach children that mistakes are opportunities to learn
  5. Recognize Executive Skills of Cognitive flexibility, working memory and Emotional regulation.
  6. Identify techniques to improve client’s working memory
  7. Identify strategies to improve client’s Cognitive Flexibility 8. Identify strategies to develop emotional regulation skills in clients.
About the Author:
Adina Soclof, a certified Speech Pathologist, received her master’s degree from Hunter College in New York in Communication Sciences. Adina worked as a Speech Pathologist in preschools for the developmentally disabled in the New York area before staying home full time with her family. Adina reentered the workforce as a Parent Educator for Bellefaire Jewish Children’s Bureau facilitating “How to Talk so Kids will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk” workshops as well as workshops based on “Siblings Without Rivalry” and “Raising a Spirited Child”. She has been featured at numerous nonprofit organizations and private schools in Cleveland. Adina developed TEAM Communication Ventures and conducts parenting, teacher and clinician workshops via telephone nationwide.

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The information provided in this activity is for continuing education purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the independent medical judgment of a healthcare provider relative to diagnostic and treatment options of a specific patient’s medical condition.
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