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Attitude:. The Brain research of Learning and Accomplishment. Module 1: Mentalities. Conceived Savvy
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Outlook: The Psychology of Learning and Achievement

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Module 1: Mindsets

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Born SMART … .?

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What we\'ll be taking a gander at Are we conceived shrewd or doltish? Is knowledge settled from birth? Do we have \'worked in\' abilities as an infant? Or, on the other hand … do gifts, capacities and insight itself develop for a fact??

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Importance of improvement during childbirth, we can\'t WALK or TALK These capacities don\'t fly up overnight… . … .. they DEVELOP as we LEARN!!

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So, are we conceived… Good at maths ? Great at acting ? Great at science ? Great at music ?

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Was Einstein conceived a virtuoso ?

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Was Michael Jordan conceived hammer dunking ?

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Was Justin conceived a POPSTAR ?

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What would we be able to find out about gaining from creatures?

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BORING Nothing to do in the confine yet eat and rest No incitement EXCITING Cage had open doors for rats to play and interface Lots of incitement Ratty judgment… Lab rats were put in 2 unique conditions:

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Rat comes about After a while, the animated rats were observed to be more intelligent than the exhausting rats. Their brains were much HEAVIER than the exhausting rats.

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What do you think? Are our capacities determined from birth?

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People have expanded their IQ by 30 POINTS With the correct mentality individuals can accomplish more than an IQ test may uncover.

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Two convictions about knowledge

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Fixed attitude Believes: Intelligence is CARVED IN STONE Scores in a test MEASURE POTENTIAL Intelligent individuals shouldn\'t need to WORK HARD Failure mirrors a LACK of INTELLIGENCE

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Growth mentality Believes: Intelligence is MALLEABLE Learning requires HARD WORK and EFFORT ALL people CAN LEARN and enhance We CANNOT MEASURE a man\'s POTENTIAL

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Thinking about outlook OBSERVE the attitude you embrace You can CHOOSE to receive a development attitude When you meet difficulties REMIND yourself about the development attitude

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Module 2: The Brain THE BRAIN

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Facts about the cerebrum… The mind weighs 1,300 – 1,400 grams It is comprised of 100 Billion Neurons Forming distinctive regions called Lobes

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Parietal Lobe Frontal Lobe Occipital Lobe Temporal Lobe

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Emotion Reasoning Speech Motion Planning Problem settling The Frontal projection is utilized for:

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Touch Pressure Temperature Pain The Parietal flap is utilized as a part of:

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The Temporal flap is utilized for: Hearing & Memory The Temporal projection is utilized for…

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The Occipital flap is utilized for: Vision We utilize this flap to process what we see

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All of the flaps, and every one of their capacities, are imperative in regular daily existence. The diverse parts of the cerebrum let us do things think things recall things

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Homunculus A homunculus is utilized to depict the relative measure of space our body parts involve in the mind. In a model of engine capacities, a few sections are considerably greater in light of the fact that we utilize them substantially more, or with more exactness.

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Brain space… The more we utilize a piece of our body, the more space our cerebrum needs to control or translate it. Truth be told, by taking in the mind may need to change the space it uses to represent new capacities.

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Sound focus People who play music have been found to have sound-related focuses that are BIGGER than ordinary. The "sound" territory of their cerebrum became through honing their music.

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Neurons All of the ranges of the mind… like sound, correspondence, critical thinking… are made of cells called NEURONS They transmit data all around the cerebrum.

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Neurons go data through CONNECTIONS with different neurons at SYNAPSES

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Learning helps our neurons GROW. The more we take in, the more associations they make.

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People with vast sound-related zones in their cerebrum developed parcels more neuron associations in the sound region… … through parts and bunches of practice.

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What about your cerebrum? What zones do you believe are greater in your cerebrum than in other people\'s? What territories might you want to get much greater and more grounded?

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Module 3: \'Fall flat your way to achievement\'s

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Lance Armstrong came toward the end in his first expert race… He went ahead to win the visit de France 6 times.

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Walt Disney was let go by a daily paper proofreader on the grounds that… " he needed creative energy and had no smart thoughts" In school Robin Williams was voted… "" most drastically averse to succeed\'\'

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Different ways individuals see disappointment Some individuals see it as a learning opportunity. They esteem learning. While others see it as affirmation that they are not brilliant.

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Why do individuals have diverse perspectives of disappointment? Since they have distinctive objectives… . A few people make learning objectives. Others make execution objectives.

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Think of a period when you didn\'t appreciate accomplishing something… a test, a game, a drawing – What objective did you have? Did you need to demonstrate an educator how cunning you were ? Is it true that it was an execution objective? What might you do next time this happens?

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Write down the advantages of having learning objectives

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Module 4: \'How individuals adapt to disappointment\'

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Response to disappointment OTHERS… Don\'t believe that they are bombing, so BLAME NO ONE KEEP GOING and Remain HOPEFUL that they will arrive SOME PEOPLE… BLAME themselves, Feel DEPRESSED and GIVE UP attempting

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Helpless reaction Unmotivated Lack of determination Decreased happiness Depressed Anxious Responsible for the mishap Disengaged and abstain from getting required with considering

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Mastery reaction View difficulty as a test Try harder Look for different approaches to do things Factor in various focuses Engage with the issue ?

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50/50 People show either reaction. In a few regions they may respond with an authority reaction and in others a defenseless reaction.

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Brain imaging and reaction to disappointment People with a settled attitude focus on how they feel (i.e. pushed, restless). Those emotions then hinder learning.

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Write down on a bit of paper 3 advantages of showing an \'authority reaction\' as opposed to a \'powerless reaction\' when faced with disappointment

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Stick these on the divider

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Looking at these advantages, consider how this applies to your life. Do you see disappointment as a chance to learn and enhance ?

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Michael Jordan\'s mentor said that there were numerous more capable individuals than him… . What made Jordan unique? Do you concur that he fizzled his approach to achievement?

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Do you keep away from or abandon certain undertakings… since they are hard? to abstain from falling flat?

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Next time you get criticism or imprints that you didn\'t need… consider what you can realize

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What do you accept about exertion? Do you trust that with diligent work and exertion you can help you to make strides? or, on the other hand Do you trust that placing exertion in just demonstrates that you were bad at it in any case?

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Think about your saint… Do you think about this as somebody with phenomenal capacities who accomplished things with little exertion?

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Now go and discover reality! Discover the gigantic exertion that went into their achievements and respect them significantly more.

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Mindset tips Try out new systems Find learning data in disappointment Remember marks don\'t demonstrate your potential - they just show how you are getting along right NOW. On the off chance that you are experiencing issues finding new systems or learning data ask somebody who could help you.

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Module 5: Mindset and achievement

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Fixed outlook Belief that capacity is settled People are conceived brilliant/energetic and so on Depressed after disappointment Put in less exertion Don\'t attempt new techniques Growth attitude Belief that individuals can develop and create See disappointment/difficulty as a learning opportunity Put in exertion and continue Try elective courses to achievement 2 Mindsets recap:

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Write down 3 things you think about a GROWTH mentality Now put the paper in a heap on your table

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Write down 3 things you think about a FIXED outlook Then overlay the paper and put it on a heap on your table

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Now stick these on the divider in 2 isolate bunches a G ROWTH gather and a FIXED group

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In gatherings talk about the advantages of a development mentality. Record 3 of these advantages…

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Picture the mind framing new associations as you meet the test and learn. Continue going…

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Is there something in your past which you think measured you? Article Exam Music lesson Maths homework Being rejected? Presently concentrate on that thing and place it in the development attitude viewpoint…

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What did you gain from this experience? Record it

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Is there something that you generally needed to do however were worried about the possibility that that you weren\'t great at it? Make an arrangement and do it .

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Art Science Music Singing Acting Maths History Football Writing Computing Gaming Politics

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People are conceived with an affection for learning. A settled mentality can fix this.

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Mindset tips Create learning objectives Make arranges Imagine the cerebrum setting aside a few minutes you learn something Concentrate on trusting that you can When you meet difficulties, mishaps or affliction ask yourself \'what would I be able to gain from this?\' Tell other individuals about your development mentality What else have you thought of… … ?

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Fixed outlook If individuals are either brilliant or not keen, then disappointment implies that individuals are not cunning… Even however they could learn they GIVE UP They feel DEPRESSED and ANXIOUS Don\'t drive forward or place exertion in

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Growth mentality Failure is a

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