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According to researcher Carol Dweck, there are fixed mindsets and a growth mindset. Keep on reading for 18 examples of fixed mindset vs growth mindset. It Management, Mental Training, Rugby Training, Information Graphics, Critical Thinking, Global Thinking, Thinking Skills, Social Work, Mindfulness

Science Shows How the Brains of Intelligent, Successful People Are Different From Everyone Else

What's the best way to take control of your own life and push yourself against boundaries? According to Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck, it's all about your mindset. Successful people tend to focus on growth, solving problems and self-improvement,…

What to Do With the Parent Who& Driving You Crazy the article is written from a Christian teacher& perspective but all points are useful for any teacher Piano Teaching, Teaching Tips, Learning Piano, Teaching Strategies, Parents As Teachers, New Teachers, Annoying Parents, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Stuff

Why the Progress You Make in the Practice Room Seems to Disappear Overnight – PART 1

Have you ever been frustrated by the fact that you can take a difficult passage, work on it for a

The most valuable lesson I learned from playing the violin. The seemingly obvious lesson that only took me twenty-three years to learn. Violin Lessons, Music Lessons, Teaching Music, Teaching Tools, Violin Shoulder Rest, Brain Based Learning, Violin Music, Cello, Learning Methods

The Creativity Post | The Most Valuable Lesson I Learned from Playing…

You have probably heard the old joke about the tourist who asks a cab driver how to get to Carnegie Hall, only to be told: "Practice, practice, practice!" I began playing the violin at age two, and for as long as I can remember, there was one question that haunted me every day. Am I practicing…

Two Things Experts Do Differently Than Non-Experts When Practicing Teaching Music, Teaching Tips, Basketball Party, Effective Learning, Leadership, Free Throw, Brain, Parents, Advice

Two Things Experts Do Differently Than Non-Experts When Practicing

Have you ever found yourself awake at 2am, watching infomercials, wondering where they find those folks who can go from a size ten to a size four in eight weeks, throw out their fat pants, get engaged, and live happily ever after?

Why praise can backfire. Moving forward with self-esteem intact even after failure. Microsoft Dynamics, Career Development, Teaching Music, School Counseling, Music Education, Moving Forward, The Office, Self Esteem, Life Lessons

Why the Wrong Kind of Praise Can Undermine Our Students' Confidence - The Bulletproof Musician

The 1960's gave us lots of cool stuff. Jimi Hendrix, bell-bottoms, skateboards, the Flinstones...and also an explosion of interest in self-esteem - i.e. the beliefs and feelings we have about ourselves. The idea that feeling good about ourselves leads to success sounds reasonable enough, and the idea really took off.

The date is Saturday, February Violinist Isaac Stern is in the midst of performing a Mozart concerto with Teaching Music, Tv, Couch, Music Lessons, Settee, Sofa, Television Set, Sofas, Music Education

Practicing with the TV for Laser-like Focus

The date is Saturday, February 23, 1991. Violinist Isaac Stern is in the midst of performing a Mozart concerto with

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What Beautiful Lawns and Practicing Have in Common

I’ve been told that there are two basic strategies for cultivating a weed-free lawn. The obvious method is to go around with a bottle of weed killer and kill all the weeds you can find. Of course, what you get then is a bunch of dead brown spots with little patches of sad-looking grass filling in the gaps.The other method involves working to encourage the grass to grow healthier, stronger, and thicker, which eventually will crowd out the weeds and leave less room for them to grow.