Brainology and Me

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by classofstanley
Last updated 6 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Psychology
Grade:
7

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Brainology and Me

Brainology and Me

The most interesting thing I learned in Brainlogy this semester was that the more I learn, the more I grow my dendrites!

My Personal Mottos"Work Hard ' Play Nice!""A job worth doing is worth doing right."

Class Motto: If someone corrects us, we will consider their feedbck because we can learn from our mistakes.

I learned that there are four different lobes in the brain where I learn different types of information. For example, the ocipital lobe deals with visual information.

Learning is easier when I use square breathing; it allows me to relax and think more clearly.

I learn more when I have eaten healthy fod and get at least 8 hours of sleep. One example of a good brain food for me is an egg sandwich for breatkfast.

Dweck found that praising kids in a fixed manner — in this case, that their achievement was due to the fixed state of “being smart” — retards both their motivation to engage with challenges and with the actual performance on assessments, whereas praising kids in a growth manner — in other words, attributing their success to hard work — propels their growth in the long term.

To Do List*Get more sleep *Have a better attitude about learning new and difficult things.*Praise people students/children for effort rather than ability.

It is worth taking a risk! Atempt to answer questions if you are evenly mildyl sure you know the answer!

At the heart of what makes the “growth mindset” so winsome, Dweck found, is that it creates a passion for learning rather than a hunger for approval. Its hallmark is the conviction that human qualities like intelligence and creativity, and even relational capacities like love and friendship, can be cultivated through effort and deliberate practice. Not only are people with this mindset not discouraged by failure, but they don’t actually see themselves as failing in those situations — they see themselves as learning.

Sometimes we get stuck, but we needto solve our own problems and sometimes think outside the box!

Being a growth mindset thinkier requires us move, to grow, and make steps to change.

Failure is part of learning. When we fail, we should evaluate what we did and keep trying.


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