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What lessons can we learn from the most creative people? - Barking up the wrong tree

What lessons can we learn from the most creative people? - Barking up the wrong tree | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it

Deliberate practise and grit!

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Why Weird Experiences Boost Creativity

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In a recent paper, Simone Ritter and colleagues propose that any life experience, from the traumatic to the joyful, can lead to flexibility and creativity as long as it diversifies your experiences and pushes you outside your normal thought patterns.
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The Right Mindset for Success

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Carol Dweck, professor at Stanford University and author of "Mindset: The New Psychology of Success."...
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The Mindset of a Champion | Stanford – Home of Champions

The Mindset of a Champion | Stanford – Home of Champions | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it

"There are things that distinguish great athletes—champions—from others. Most of the sports world thinks it’s their talent, but I will argue that it’s their mindset."

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Is “Accountability” Undermining American Education?

Is “Accountability” Undermining American Education? | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
Education Nation is a nationally broadcast, in-depth conversation about improving education in America.
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Is Conscientiousness Compatible with Creativity?

Is Conscientiousness Compatible with Creativity? | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it

In his classic review of the relationship between intelligence, creativity, and personality, Frank X. Barron and David Harrington concluded that creative people tend to take more risks and are more impulsive (low Conscientiousness) but they also see themselves as competent and hard-working (high Conscientiousness). This seeming paradox (that creative people are simultaneously both high and low in Conscientious) can be resolved by recognizing there are two different aspects of Conscientiousness, each one with opposite correlations with creativity. Creative individuals tend to be more self-focused, independent, and intrinsically motivated (lower dependability/orderliness) while also being more driven, persistent, and gritty (higher industriousness/achievement).


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Mindset, Failure and Silicon Valley Founders: An interview with Carol S. Dweck

Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and author of "Mindset" discusses the fixed and growth mindset.
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The Creative Personality: Ten paradoxical traits...

The Creative Personality: Ten paradoxical traits... | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it

I have devoted 30 years of research to how creative people live and work, to make more understandable the mysterious process by which they come up with new ideas and new things.

Creative individuals are remarkable for their ability to adapt to almost any situation and to make do with whatever is at hand to reach their goals.

If I had to express in one word what makes their personalities different from others, it's complexity.

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Setbacks, Mindset and the Fundamental Attribution Error (Ed Batista)

Setbacks, Mindset and the Fundamental Attribution Error (Ed Batista) | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
Thinking about some recent personal and professional setbacks--both mine and others'--has led me to reflect on the intersection of two topics that often come up in my coaching practice: mindset and the fundamental attribution error.
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Girls and Math: Busting the Stereotype | MindShift

Girls and Math: Busting the Stereotype | MindShift | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it

“One of the most damaging aspects of the ‘gift’ mentality is that it makes us think we can know in advance who has the gift. This, I believe, is what makes us try to identify groups who have it and groups who don’t..."

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How Mistakes Can Make You Smarter | Psychology Today

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There are 2 typical responses to mistakes: paying attention & shutting down. By Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D....
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Innovation Excellence | Innovation Mindset – It’s All About Assumptions - StumbleUpon

"But decades of research in educational psychology has found that students perform better when they think their intelligence can be developed, rather than something they were endowed with at birth. The logic of this is clear: believing that one cannot change one’s intelligence provides little incentive to try. Whereas believing that one can become smarter by working at it is a powerful reason to do so. It works."

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Praise Leads to Cheating?

Praise Leads to Cheating? | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
Some seemingly innocent organizational practices, like praising people for success, are likely to not only reduce performance and increase cheating but also make people less adaptive at work.
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» Brain Can Be Trained to Be Less Impulsive - Psych Central News

» Brain Can Be Trained to Be Less Impulsive   - Psych Central News | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
New research shows that people can train their brains to become less impulsive, which could pave the way for new treatments for addictions to gambling, drugs or...
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Scientists Find Learning Is Not 'Hard-Wired'

Scientists Find Learning Is Not 'Hard-Wired' | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
Discovering the brain's power to change may be neuroscience's biggest—and most promising—contribution to education.
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Google World Wonders Project

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From the archaeological areas of Pompeii to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Google’s World Wonders Project aims to bring to life the wonders of the modern and ancient world.
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The Divided Brain - A RSA Video

In this new RSAnimate, renowned psychiatrist and writer Iain McGilchrist explains how our 'divided brain' has profoundly altered human behaviour, culture and...

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Creativity is the Key Skill for the 21st Century | The Creativity Post

Creativity is the Key Skill for the 21st Century | The Creativity Post | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
Against a backdrop of uncertainty, economic turmoil and unprecedented change a new picture is emerging of the skills and traits for success (and perhaps even simply survival) in the modern era.
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The Future of Measurement

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Grundtanke: "Har du sett en lektion genom en elevs ögon någon gång?" 

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Does Preschool Matter?

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Why is preschool so important? The answer is obvious: the young mind is wonderfully malleable, able to develop new habits with relative ease. Furthermore, the benefits of preschool are not equally distributed. Rather, they seem to be particularly essential for those kids from the most disadvantaged households.

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Grading for Growth in a High-Stakes World

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Lisa Blackwell provides seven great tips on grading for a growth mindset...
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FuturistSpeaker.com – The personal blog of Futurist Thomas Frey » Blog Archive » Eight Critical Skills for the Future

FuturistSpeaker.com – The personal blog of Futurist Thomas Frey » Blog Archive » Eight Critical Skills for the Future | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it

Eight Critical Skills for the Future...

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The Importance of Making Mistakes

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In our society, we tend to view mistakes as indicative of weakness rather than the invaluable, irreplaceable learning tool that they are. We discount what it means to be willing to make mistakes — to take a risk, have the courage to try something that might not work and the integrity to accept the consequences. And we ignore that the best measure of character is the ability to accept and absorb the lessons that mistakes have to offer and, in that fertile context, grow and, when we’re lucky, transcend our limitations.

Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/the-irreplaceability-of-mistakes.html#ixzz1itV1dwjt

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Willpower: It’s in Your Head

Willpower: It’s in Your Head | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
IS willpower an illusion? Is the traditional notion of a deep mental reservoir of strength a fiction?

It´s easy to attribute our failures of will to our biology. But it’s wrong...

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The Kaleidoscope Mind: Some Easy Ways to Teach Creativity

The Kaleidoscope Mind: Some Easy Ways to Teach Creativity | tänk vidare nu | Scoop.it
You're never too old to make your mind agile, flexible, self-aware, and able to see patterns and connections that more rigid minds miss...
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