67. Mindsets matter: Helpful vs harmful mindsets. Mentioning Martin Seligman, Ben Shapiro, Jo Boaler
Jo Boaler - Mindset are the biggest thing to help improve maths outcomes. Martin Seligman - You can build resiliance: https://hbr.org/2011/04/building-resilienceDon't be bitter, be better. Post traumtic stress vs Post traumatic growth. Fixed mindset vs Growth mindset. Fictim mindset vs Innovator mindsetLearned helplessness vs Learned help yourselfnessI was either right, or I learned something. I'm not trying to raise a child, I'm trying to raise a future adult. Life outcome = Starting point + EffortLow expectations = BadHigh expectations = Good. You rise to the level of your expectations. Unrealisticly high expectations = Bad. Instrinsic motivation vs Extrinsic motivation. Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
64. How Do People Go From Average To Great? Mentioning Jo Boaler, Carol Dweck, Warren Buffett & more
Levelling up = Quantity * Quality- Quality is normally a function of past quantity. Over time the quality should improves. Places with ceiling vs ceilingless places. - In ceilingless mental places we believe one can level up indefinitely. Discipline = freedom. Jocko Willink. Discipline = More discipline. - Routine is cruicial to being able to do what you want. - First you make your habits, then your habits make you. Average IQ goes up. - https://reason.com/2015/06/01/average-iq-scores-have-risen-30-points-d/Dunning Kruger:- The more I know the less i know. - https://miro.medium.com/max/639/1*6ss9wuGIVSnPKOKmCeS3tA.jpegIntrinsic vs extrinsic motivation. - Buffett and internal vs external score card. Passions can be built.- https://www.cloudstreaks.com/blog/2019/8/10/where-does-passion-come-from-you-can-create-grow-and-sustain-passion
Guest: Jo Boaler: Phonemicism, Ratatouille and Dispraise
Lexman Artificial interviews Jo Boaler, a phonemicist and Professor of Second Language Acquisition at McGill University. They discuss how lexical rules shape sound systems in human languages, and how ratatouille can be analyzed in terms of phonemicism.
Jo Boaler with Lexman: Airbursts, Bajadas, Gainsborough paintings, and floods of light in the 19th century
JoBoaler is a world-renowned professor of educational psychology and mathematics, and the co-founder of the Tripleburger Educational Group, which creates personalized learning plans for students. She’s also the author of two bestselling books: “Insanity: The Evolution of Genius” and “How Students Succeed: Grit, Self-Discipline and the Power to Learn.” In this episode, Lexman and JoBoaler chat about airbursts, bajadas, Gainsborough paintings, and floods of light in the 19th century.
Lexman interviews Jo Boaler, a Professor of Mathematics at University College London about Marchantias and Succotash. Jo tells us about the history of these dishes and the brewing process. He also shares some tips for making them at home.
Lexman interviews Dr. Jo Boaler about her new book, "Fjords: A Natural History." The two discuss the natural beauty of fjords and the ways they've been impacted by humans. They also discuss the history of Lorna and Prescott, disjunct populations of moose in Alaska.
Dr Jo Boaler is a Stanford Professor. Former roles have included being a maths teacher in London schools. She is author of 18 books, numerous articles and a White House presenter on women and girls. Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers. She co-founded www.youcubed.org, is currently one of the writing team creating a new Mathematics Framework for the state of California, co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the 8 educators “changing the face of education” by the BBC.