Buddhi Diye Buddhi Aaki!

Published:  05:19 AM, 12 October 2019

What is this!!

What is this!!

This inspiration to organize this unique exhibition on Growth Mindset & Brainology came from the spontaneous participation of grade 2 & 3 students of Government Primary Schools. Now they know how to rewire brain to set necessary new BELIFE to take ACTION to GROW and to ACHIEVE more.

Growth mindset refers to a learning theory developed by Dr. Carol Dweck, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University. It revolves around the belief that anyone can improve intelligence, ability and performance. The opposite, a fixed mindset, refers to the belief that a person's talents are set in stone. Years of research have shown that mindset is malleable. This means that by helping students to develop a growth mind- set, we can help them to learn more effectively and efficiently.

Growth Mindset > Belief > Action > GrowTo educate & motivate students, teachers and parents about GROWTH MINDSET we have organized workshops in different school campuses especially government primary schools (grade 2 - 3) as a vital part of a capstone project of Teach for Bangladesh. At the end of the workshop students are given a space to reflect their learning & understanding achieved about by drawing & labeling their artworks.

Those art works and creative writings have got a space to shout out. We are exhibiting those most indigenous and creative thoughts from the limitless brain of young kids at EMK Center during 24-25 September to spread the awareness of cultivating intelligence to transform a learner to an active learner and to transform an active learner to an active doer to grow to achieve beyond the dream. Participants and visitors will be able to articulate & understand that:

-    Intelligence can be developed by anybody at anyage
-    The brain is malleable. It means brain can be re-shaped by doing hardwork.
-    Doing challenging work is the best way to make the brain stronger andsmarter
-    Every child is bornpowerful

We are Teach for Bangladesh. In Bangladesh - and around the world - children are not in control over their destinies. Their opportunity to succeed personally, academically and professionally is limited by the socio-economic condition of their families. Tens of millions of children in Bangladesh are denied high-quality education as a result of an inequitable system.

We Teach for Bangladesh envision a society in which all children receive an excellent education that empowers them to realize their full potential and shape their own future through talent and hard work. Teach for Bangladesh Website:https://www.teachforbangladesh.or100 MillionMindset100 Million Mindset is our capstone project title.

Teach for Bangladesh offers fellow- ship for 2 years. During these 2 years follows are placed in government primary schools to facilitate as a classroom teacher to act as a change agent. In the journey of fellowship fellows are entitled to identify and address a significant issue of school community toimprove.

We fellows of Teach from Bangladesh are doing a capstone project titled "100 Million Mindset" to rewire the neurons by shifting mindset of students-parents-teachers. One of the activities in the action phase of this project is EXHIBITION where art works of primary school students on HOW BRAIN WORKS and the role of GROWTH MINDSET to rewire powerful habits to accomplishdreams/goals.

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