Your brain is like a muscle

In this five-episode video series on Growth Mindset, two monsters named Mojo and Katie explore the different aspects of growth mindset so that teachers and students everywhere can learn about it together in their classrooms!

Episode 1

Kids' Corner

Kid-Friendly Mindset Series

Choose a chapter and watch as Mojo learns what a growth mindset is.

The magic of mistakes

If you give up, your brain gets lazy and doesn't get the exercise needed to grow. The trick is to learn from mistakes, which helps your mind get stronger.

Episode 2

The Incredible Power of Yet

Either friends or elders may be able to help advise how to solve the problem. Don't be embarrassed to ask for help! You are missing an opportunity to learn something new.

Episode 3

The Mysterious World of Neurons

Everything you do requires your neurons to join. The cool part is that you can change the way your neurons connect by learning challenging things.

Episode 4

Mojo puts it all together

Working on challenging things is the only way to grow your brain. So if you love to learn challenges, you'll always be growing. Getting a little better every day. Until one day you can do something incredible!

Episode 5

What is a growth mindset?

Keeps trying

Embraces
challenges

I want to keep improving

Failure is a chance to grow

Talent is developed

Keeps trying

Embraces

challenges

I want to keep improving

Failure is a chance to grow

Talent is developed

Research shows a positive correlation between mindset and growth. Ones who are open to new ideas, willing to take on challenges and learn from past experiences are much more likely to succeed. At Growing IQ, we value the learning process. We provide your child with an environment to stretch their limits and break through their comfort zone. We encourage perseverance and cultivate resilience. By overcoming obstacles repeatedly, they will learn to trust in their ability to grow.

If parents want to give their children a gift, the best thing they can do is to teach their children to love challenges, be intrigued by mistakes, enjoy effort, and keep learning.

Carol Dweck

Professor of Psychology,Stanford University
Founder of Growing Mindset

Developing a growth mindset

A TED talk by the renowned psychologist Carol Dweck who discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea:  the power of mindset.  In this talk, she emphasizes the power of "yet" in helping learners understand that they are on a journey to success.  Even if they cannot do it today, they can still achieve it with further effort.

Growth vs. Fixed Mindset

There are two types of mindsets we can cultivate.  One that embraces problems as opportunities to learn, and one that avoids them, often out of fear to fail.  Which one are you?

GIQ does not just deliver mathematical skills.
Your child will acquire and graduate with the growth mindset that will prepare them for other challenges in school and allow them to be high achievers in life.

At the core,

we are a curriculum that centers around the
growth mindset teaching philosophy.