Do your students have
a Growth Mindset?
Many students worry that they lack the ability to master college level
coursework. Some may fear that they “just aren’t math people” or that
they aren’t capable of writing a research paper. Left unaddressed, such
fears can become self-fulfilling prophecies that reduce motivation,
negatively affect performance, and decrease retention.
To help students overcome these fears and develop a growth mindset,
researchers at Stanford University have developed and tested a brief,
online activity designed to help students understand that academic
aptitude can, in fact, be improved.
In multiple randomized controlled trials with thousands of college
students, the Growth Mindset for College Students program has
increased student retention and success rates, particularly for students
from historically underrepresented groups or who have a history of
Beginning in fall 2017, this program will now be offered for free to the
first 50 colleges who register. Join us today!
Join colleges across the country offering Growth Mindset for College Students,
a brief, 30-minute program developed to increase student retention and success rates.
Short and sweet 30-minute online program.
Students learn about the science showing
that the brain is malleable and strategies for
growing their intelligence.
Developed by leading researchers in
growth mindset, including Drs. Carol
Dweck, Greg Walton, and Dave Paunesku
of Stanford University, and David Yeager
of University of Texas at Austin.
Tested since 2010 in multiple randomized
controlled trials with thousands of college
students. Past programs have increased
student retention and success rates.
Register now for Fall 2017!
This program is free for the first 50 colleges who register
Get started by visiting www.perts.net/college