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Changing mindsets

Press/Media: Research

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Reports on the Changing Mindsets research programme run by Sherria Hoskins and colleagues which sought to improve attainment in school children by helping them and their teachers to see that intelligence is not a fixed characteristic and can be increased through effort.

 

Period12 Jun 2015 → 14 Dec 2017

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TitleBedtime story of the week: My Hero aiming to improve children’s motivation & achievement
Media name/outletLondon Mums
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date14/12/17
DescriptionArticles about a children's book, designed to improve children's motivation and achievement, produced by researchers at the University of Portsmouth (Psych)
Producer/AuthorMonica Costa
URLlondonmumsmagazine.com/shopping-guides/books-tested-recommended/bedtime-story-of-the-week-my-hero-aiming-to-improve-childrens-motivation-achievement/
PersonsSherria Hoskins
TitleHelp your child learn more effectively
Media name/outletThe School Run
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date23/11/17
DescriptionReport on a new series of children's books,the product of research by Sherria Hoskins, which are designed to encourage a growth mindset.
Producer/AuthorThe School Run
URLhttps://www.theschoolrun.com/help-your-child-learn-more-effectively
PersonsSherria Hoskins
TitleTeaching teachers about growth mindset has little impact on students' progress
Media name/outletTimes Education Supplement
Duration/Length/Sizeonline
Date12/06/15
Producer/AuthorKevan Collins
URLhttps://www.tes.co.uk/news/school-news/breaking-views/teaching-teachers-about-growth-mindset-has-little-impact-students
PersonsSherria Hoskins
TitleScience lessons trial ‘improves year five scores by three months’
Media name/outletSchools Week
Duration/Length/Sizeonline
Date12/06/15
Producer/AuthorAnn McGauran
URLschoolsweek.co.uk/science-trial-tdts-eef/
PersonsSherria Hoskins

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