Positive thinking is the key to a growth mindset. According to psychologist, Carol Dweck, " Students who embrace growth mindsets—the belief that they can learn more or become smarter if they work hard and persevere—may learn more, learn it more quickly, and view challenges and failures as opportunities to improve their learning and skills." A growth mindset is a critical skill for students to develop and implement to help succeed in school.
Enhance your school social work/ counseling program and help your students develop a growth mindset, increase self-esteem, reduce anxiety/stress and change negative thoughts into positive thoughts with this lesson and 5 page poster set. Use these posters as a springboard for conversations on success, the power of positive thinking and how to change negative thoughts into positive ones.
The following 5 types of negative thinking traps are explained with alternate thoughts provided to help students re-frame their thought process on a separate page.
✓Negative Attitude-Guessing things are bad without really knowing.
✓Overgeneralization-When you think that one thing is a certain way, because all similar things are.
✓Awful-izing- Exaggerating, thinking that something is a lot worse or much more important that it really is.
✓Copping Out- Giving up before you even try.
✓Perfection- Blaming yourself incorrectly.
This product is also part of this bundle! Growth Mindset Lessons and Posters Bundle
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