It requires a paradigm shift to think and behave with a solution-focused mindset. In addition, our brains are wired to scan for danger, and therefore is much more likely to focus on the negative. The solution-focused mindset, though, is aligned with a growth mindset and the importance of learning from mistakes and set-backs.
- How may you help children develop a solution-focused growth mindset?
- How may you help other teachers develop a solution-focused growth mindset?