At Growth Mindset, we harness the natural curiosity of children
to solve real-world problems by helping them learn how-to-learn.
Growth Mindset Methodology
No memorisation, no frantic drills, no answer keys — just as it is with the real world that you and I experience.
We offer a sandbox for you to experiment, succeed or fail, and figure things out. We are unconstrained by traditional subjects or disciplines. Let’s marvel at the beauty of science, mathematics and technology, and the arts, society and history that underpin it. We build the foundation to communicate our ideas clearly and persuasively.
At Growth Mindset, that’s how we learn in life. Our learners grow to become independent thinkers, daring explorers, creative problem solvers, and effective collaborators ready to make a positive impact.
Reviews & Testimonials
“The ability to make sense of the complex world, connect the dots, seek out opportunities, and problem solve, requires us to have the skills to learn. These skills to learn-on-our-own and learn collaboratively-with-others are the most critical foundational capabilities to live effectively in the future. The Growth Mindset Methodology offers a structured scaffolding to inculcate this habit of learning in students. What used to be college-level learning is now made available to younger learners.”
“Developing learners’ desirable attributes should be done at an early stage as in primary schools. The first-hand experience which the learners can acquire through engaging in Growth Mindset Methodology can help develop skills which can be applied in any context. Teachers can use this learning approach in their classes and how to assess learners’ learning by focusing on the process as well as the solution. I am confident in Lynda’s expertise. She introduced Growth Mindset Methodology to our university.”
“Michelangelo felt that the beauty of a statue was already present in a block of marble. The sculptor’s skill lay in chipping away at the block to reveal the beauty within. Children are like blocks of marble, with the capacity to learn and flourish already within them. The Growth Mindset Methodology offers an opportunity to make that learning explicit. Parents and teachers in their eagerness to mould children hack at the marble instead of delicately chipping away. What Lynda Wee has done is to offer parents and teachers a Guide to Chipping.”
“In our complex environment, the ability to ask the right question is key to us being able to know where to start developing solutions. Asking the right question is often more important than landing with the right solution. Critical thinking, challenging status quo will allow us to do better than we did yesterday. This book is timely by addressing the importance and how to lead challenges by asking the right questions.”