In this podcast, Todd and Julie Fisher discuss the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset and why nurturing a growth mindset leads to improved emotional and mental wellness. According to psychologist, Carol Dweck, when people believe that failure isn’t a barometer of innate characteristics but rather look at it as a step to success, they are more likely to put in the effort that will eventually lead to that success. A recent Education Week Research Center survey of teachers found that 90% believe that adopting and nurturing a growth mindset in kids leads to positive outcomes in both academics and social skills for kids. Todd and Julie discuss what a growth mindset looks like and how parents can role model a growth mindset themselves to help their kids develop a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset.
Evidence suggests a strong connection between support networks and emotional well-being. In this episode, Todd Krieger and Julie Fisher, M.Ed. talk about how we can teach kids to value and nurture relationships and how we can help create support networks with them that promote mental wellness.
In this episode, Todd Krieger, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit’s Senior Director of Planning, and Julie Fisher, M.Ed., author of The Resiliency Puzzle, discuss how to support children with managing their stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Julie suggests tools to promote resiliency in kids such as maintaining routines and practicing mindfulness and gratitude.… Read more »
Todd Krieger is again joined by Julie Fisher, M.Ed. to advise parents on how to help children and teens make sense of the pandemic and the changes in their lives. Giving kids support and sharing hope during this time is crucial. Parents should also consider adjusting expectations for their children’s behavior, screen time, and academic… Read more »