Elise Easdown

How a growth mindset can be developed through play

(3:03 mins) Encouraging a growth mindset in school aged children is a buzz word at the moment and a concept encouraged in many Australian schools. A growth mindset however can be developed through play from a very early age and encourage children to continue with this mindset into formal education.

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