How Do You Use Praise and Feedback in the Classroom?: Another Look at Mindset
How Do You Use Praise and Feedback in the Classroom?: Another Look at Mindset
PUBLISHED: Friday, February 21, 2014 by Lacy Compton

As I wrote in an earlier blog ("Changing Mindsets in the Classroom"), the topic of mindsets and how teachers influence students' thinking about achievement is quite fascinating. However, much of the data regarding teachers and mindsets in the classroom is still fairly sparse. Two of Prufrock's authors, Claire Hughes and Mary Cay Ricci, are currently working to change that by collecting information from teachers about how they provide feedback, particularly how they motivate students, in the classroom.

If you're interested in participating, please fill out their survey here. It's short (only about 10 minutes of your time), but must be completed by March 7 to be included in their research.

And, if the topic of praise continues to fascinate you, you might be interested in this recent NPR piece by University of Texas professors Drs. Art Markman and Bob Duke ("Two Guys on Your Head") on "Why All Praise Is Not Created Equal."