The Psychology Techniques to develop the Growth Mindset of learners in a new normal
Keywords:psychology techniques, growth mindset, new normal
New Normal is a lifestyle that is different from the past. The impact of the epidemic situation of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) that has occurred from the end of 2019 until the present. The familiar patterns and practices have been changed to new practices under new unfamiliar standards. A new way of life is born, especially, the education system, which has change, learning model in the classroom to be the online learning model. The problem is that some families are not ready to provide factors for learning both on the computer and the Internet, causing students to face problems and obstacles in learning due to misunderstanding in learning from lack of reaction along with unclear communication, and making students feel unwilling to learn It has an important effect on the mental, social and emotional state of the learners. The families and students are stress because the mainly problems is the attitude which is related to the students’ concepts. Instructors need to create a growth mindset for students to feel committed to overcome the crisis in this new era by using psychology techniques to develop a growth mindset and leading to quality learning management in a new normal.
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