The effects of a growth mindset intervention on the beliefs about intelligence, effort beliefs, achievement goal orientations, and academic self-efficacy of LD students with reading difficulties

Mary Caufield Baldridge
The overall purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a "growth mindset" intervention on the beliefs about intelligence, effort beliefs, achievement goals, and academic self-efficacy of learning disabled (LD) students with reading difficulties. The treatment group consisted of 12 high school LD students with reading difficulties. This was a mixed methods study examining pretest and post test survey responses utilizing descriptive statistics and analyzing qualitative data: class discussions, student interviews, journal responses,...
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