May 2017 PC Meeting |

Shaping Mindsets. Presentations and panel discussion by Woodie Flowers (MIT), Caitrin Lynch (Olin College); Chee Chew (Amazon), Greg Marra (Facebook) and Olin President Richard K. Miller.

Mindset and the Future of ‘True Education’
Woodie Flowers, MIT [1:08:51]

Preparing for the Careers of the Future
Woodie Flowers, MIT [2:26]

 

The Role of Design and Critical Thinking in Student Development
Woodie Flowers, MIT [5:02]

The Importance of Shaping Mindset
Panel Discussion, Olin College [1:18:34]

Encouraging a Diverse Workforce: Facebook
Panel Discussion, Olin College [1:48]

Encouraging a Diverse Workforce: Amazon
Panel Discussion, Olin College [3:29]

The Importance of Mentoring
Panel Discussion, Olin College [1:43]

Promoting a Growth Mindset in Faculty and Students
Caitrin Lynch, Olin College

Developing a Growth Mindset in Students
Caitrin Lynch, Olin College [4:10]

Promoting Faculty Growth
Caitrin Lynch, Olin College [5:09]

 


  

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The Importance of Mindset

How shaping Mindset can Enhance Educational Outcomes, Employability and Well-Being

This paper focuses on strategies for shaping the mindset of undergraduate students with the goal of enhancing student outcomes academically, in the workforce and in life. It includes a concept for building a voluntary movement to mentor the next generation with mindsets needed to shape the future.

 

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