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Did you know you can achieve accomplish and achieve anything  with effort, patience and the right mindset?


 According to Carol Dweck, our mindsets are malleable, and you can support the development of a growth mindset when working with students and parents alike. In her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Dweck defines two distinct mindsets and how they contribute to our success and failure. On one end of the spectrum is the FIXED mindset and the GROWTH mindset lies on the other end. 


This webinar will challenge and provide you with the tools you need to stretch yourself like a rubber band beyond your wildest expectations. We will examine two mindsets using a power -point presentation to see how they contribute to success and failure. Additionally, the course will provide you with the opportunity to learn all you want to know or able to be by positively altering your thought processes as a result of the intense interaction we will have in this class. The presentor will start off by examining research on babies, the research on mind sets, the importance of the brain and how if functions and specific ways to foster a growth mind set. The course will finally look at new neuroscience studies of the brain that shows that you are in control of your abilities and that you are responsible to develop and sharpen your skills and abilities. This class will provide you with told and steps you can take to continually strive for excellence in an all that you do by exemplifying the GROWTH mindset. This course objective is to transform, motivate and inspire you to continually reach out for the stars because you have the gusto, grit and perseverance to do whatever it takes!


Are you ready to dive into the BRAINIOLOGY?


Date: Wed, May 9, 2018
Time: 07:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Janae Roberts
 Presenter Information
Princess Ndow

Princess Ndow holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature from the University of Bristol in Bristol, United Kingdom. Later she pursued further studies at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, and Masters and Doctorate degrees at Jackson State University. She has three adult children, several grand children and recently adopted two girls. This year she was awarded the adoptive foster / adoptive parent award. She taught High school English Language Arts and Gifted. In 2002, after she earned her doctorate degree, she became a high school assistant principal. After several years, she was appointed the principal at Thomas P. James Academy and principal at Martha Rawls. She worked on various improvement projects,  initiated Saturday Academy, and played a critical role in many aspects of professional learning. She has also authored two fiction that will be released in Amazon in June. The titles are Standing Against Malice and The Ruins of Magic.