Attributing results to controllable aspects (strategy and effort) fosters students' beliefs in self. Providing feedback that focuses on the process conveys the importance of effort and fosters student Motivation to persist when learning. Research has shown that this type of feedback is particularly supportive of marginalized students, especially for math achievement, as it supports a positive Math Mindset.
Starting at 8:15, watch how this math teacher provides revision time and feedback to foster growth mindset. By receiving written growth mindset feedback, students are able to reflect on their learning process and feel encouraged to persist.
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Learn how Motion Math provides a variety of adaptive games that playfully teach conceptual foundations of math while also fostering a love for challenge by providing growth mindset feedback.
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