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Neuroscience research-based strategies for encouraging growth mindset, creativity, emotion regulation and resilience.

Mindset Neuroscience Podcast Stefanie Faye Frank

    • Education
    • 5.0, 12 Ratings

Neuroscience research-based strategies for encouraging growth mindset, creativity, emotion regulation and resilience.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

KimberlynS ,

Perfect for Coaching

I love this podcast! I use it professionally as an instructional coach and have sound that the information is very helpful when working with teachers and supporting their practices with students. I also use the concepts provided here (and on the YouTube Channel) to support my work as a professional development facilitator. Last, this podcast has proven surprisingly valuable in my personal life as I seek to self-regulate and become more aware of what is happening with feelings vs. emotions. Absolutely one of the best finds in terms of clear, accessible content.

fitsolftw ,


Thank You for talking about this topic and breaking down the visualization that I need to help me to self regulate when I get impatient .

eeiler ,

Why I keep coming back...

Over the past 2 years, I have attended several of Stefanie’s workshops ranging from large group presentations to small group intensives. I keep coming back because Stefanie is one of the most engaging thinkers I have met. In her work, she is making connections that few if any others are between subjects as diverse as myth and neuroscience, trauma and smartphones, and maybe most importantly, growth mindset and social justice. In a world where most people who are using the growth mindset are actually peddling a rebranded version of the “bootstrap mentality” and where activists are dismissing it as a result, Stefanie does the important work of calling out the misappropriation of growth mindset, properly contextualizing it in a way that fully incorporates environment and safety, and reframing it in a way that fills it once again with hope.

Stefanie has been an invaluable resource both professionally and personally. Her work informed much of my approach to behavior and learning as I began my teaching career, has helped me to personally heal from deep-seated wounds I didn’t know I had, and given me a clearer direction for where I want to go next. There are many times I have wanted to transport someone to one of Stefanie’s workshops. That may still be impossible, but this podcast allows me to do something much closer. I will be sharing this far and wide. I look forward to hearing the conversations that will take place in the second season.

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