Mindset, Grit and Optimism: Promoting Skills that Lead to Academic Tenacity

Posted by Center for Schools and Communities on December 08, 2014

Research shows that non-cognitive factors such as mindset, students’ beliefs about their intelligence and abilities, their habits of self-control and their reactions to everyday setbacks can have a far greater impact than IQ on both academic and long-term success. Presented by the Center for Schools and Communities and PSAYDN, this training will share relatively simple educational and psychological interventions that can transform students’ experiences and achievements in school and in life.

January 21, 2015
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Center for Schools and Communities
275 Grandview Ave Suite 200
Camp Hill, PA 17011


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