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Feeling expansive or limited? Your mindset changes your capabilities

Recently,  I was reminded of Carol Dweck’s discovery of Mindset based on her 1970’s research on human motivation focused on helpless and mastery-oriented response patterns in schoolchildren. Students who view their intelligence as an unchangeable internal characteristic tend to shy away from academic challenges, whereas students who believe that their intelligence can be increased through […]

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Collaboration, games, and the real world

We’ve been thinking a lot about hard problems that need multiple people collaborating to make a dent in solving them. There’s no shortage of problems to choose from. This TED video from Jane McGonigal makes a persuasive case that we need to invest some more time looking at the world of online gaming for insight. […]

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