Triumph Learning Spotlight on EdWeek: Persistence and Motivation

The Education Week Spotlight on Persistence and Motivation is a collection of articles hand-picked by our editors for their insights on:

  • Learning through productive struggle
  • Cultivating a ‘growth mindset’ among students
  • Engaging students through collaboration and problem-solving
  • Relating course content to students’ lives and future goals

Students Learn to Fail—and Recover—at Calif. School
Educators at a Los Angeles-area high school believe teaching students to “fail productively” will equip them for success in the long run.

JUNE 2, 2014 – EDUCATION WEEK

Student Motivation: Age-Old Problem Gets New Attention
Amid a nationwide push to ratchet up academics, some educators, researchers, and policymakers are renewing and reshaping efforts to engage students in learning and motivate them for success.

JUNE 2, 2014 – EDUCATION WEEK

Studies Hit on Ways to Nurture Students’ ‘Growth Mindsets’
Researchers at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association shared some practical strategies for teaching students that intelligence is not immutable.

APRIL 15, 2014 – EDUCATION WEEK

Creating the Context for Growth Mindsets in the Classroom
Elizabeth Stein examines the benefits of a growth mindset, and suggests ways teachers can encourage it in students.

SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 – TEACHER

Do More for Students by Doing Less for Students
“Great idea, but it’ll never work for my students.” I hear this a lot when I encourage teachers to engage students in productive struggle rather than try to prevent struggle. I thought it wouldn’t work for my students either, but they proved me wrong.

FEBRUARY 28, 2015 – COACH G’S TEACHING TIPS

Student Engagement ‘Involves Joyous Effort’
This week’s question is: How would you define student engagement, and what are good strategies to promote it?

FEBRUARY 28, 2015 – COACH G’S TEACHING TIPS