How To Create Talent - The Talent Code by Dan Coyle
An animated book summary based on Dan Coyle's bestselling book "The Talent Code".
Some fun facts from the book that didn’t make it to the video: ♦ Einstein’s brain was autopsied and found to contain an abnormally high amount of glial cells, cells that are involved in the myelination process. ♦ Mozart had by his sixth birthday studied 3,500 hours of music with his father. ♦ Michelangelo learned to use the hammer and chisel at age 7, before even learning to read. ♦ The reason old people have jerky and slow movements is due to their myelin having degenerated.
THE TALENT CODE by Daniel Coyle | Core Message
We decided to work with Citizen Film to make this short film after many years of my being a professor at Stanford and hearing from students about the labels they had received growing up. Many of the students had been labelled as "gifted" or "smart," when they were in school, and these labels, intended to be positive, had given them learning challenges later in life.
Our job is to help children become Independent Learners
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Developing a Growth Mindset with Carol Dweck
Should you tell your kids they are smart or talented? Professor Carol Dweck answers this question and more, as she talks about her groundbreaking work on developing mindsets. She emphasizes the power of "yet" in helping students succeed in and out of the classroom.