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  • Kalysta

    While this article is interesting, I wish the author would have gone deeper into how to appropriately motivate kids to want to learn. All I'm reading is, "praise effort, but don't praise effort. And we need to change the system!" But no concrete examples of how both of these are accomplished are mentioned.

    • staxofmax

      Agreed. It would have been helpful for the author to identify the systemic problems with the educational system and how the "growth mindset" solution fails to address them. On the face of it the article seems to be about how children are being taught what he perceives to be a conservative ideology, and this is a bad thing because conservatism is bad.

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