I am currently thinking (with colleagues) about
how we might be able to use models of mindset theory, to think about breaking down barriers to experiencing success in the Higher Education sector. I am
thinking about two fields of interest.
The first is specific to thinking
about how we can go about organsing the mathematics provision that will need to accompany the
apprenticeship programs as we role them out next year.
The second interest is
more general to the field of Higher Education and in particular, to thoughts about
widening participation, combating the
effects of stereotyping and
supporting the success of 'non traditional' learners through their University
Could anyone direct me to any relevant research based on using mindset models , to enhance the learning experience of non traditional learners
in the HE sector, please?
Thank you all,
Dr. Tracy Part
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