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02/2016

How can teachers and parents help children to accept challenges instead of feeling overwhelmed by them? What does it mean to give the “right” praise? And how do you cope with setbacks and learn from mistakes? These questions are answered by the renowned professor Carol Dweck with her concept of "Growth" and "Fixed Mindset". This education concept is the subject of contentious debate and featured in our key topic.
  • Growth Mindset: Failure is the most essential step to success

    Some people give up immediately when things get tough, while others enjoy nutting out tricky problems. Researchers have long considered whether children are born with these traits or acquire them later in life. And their findings are astonishing
    AUTHOR: NICOLA SCHMIDT | ILLUSTRATION: STAR WORBS | 2016/2
  • An interview with Carol Dweck: How teachers can encourage their students to become more motivated and successful

    How can teachers help students to embrace challenges instead of feeling overwhelmed by them? Carol Dweck is well known for her pioneering research in the field of motivation, personality and developmental psychology. In this interview, she summarises some of her ideas about the significance of motivation when it comes to learning
    BY GARY HOPKINS, PRODUCED BY EDUCATION WORLD | PHOTO: SILKE WEINSHEIMER | 2016/2
  • 11 Tips for developing a Growth Mindset

    Growth Mindset
    ILLUSTRATION: STAR WORBS | 2016/2
  • New Johann von Lamont building

    Secondary school gets new Johann-Lamont buiding
    PHOTO: PHORMS CAMPUS MÜNCHEN | 2016/2
  • Students donate money to their new neighbours for German lessons

    Charity run `Phorms ru4refugees´ raises over EUR 12,000 for refugees
    PHOTO: PHORMS CAMPUS HAMBURG | 2016/2
  • "As a courageous school we know, it´s the only way to go"

    No bullying, no exclusion and plenty of courage – the Phorms Campus Berlin Süd received the ‘School without racism – school with courage’ award from the Aktion Courage national initiative. Together with their ‘godfather’, BossHoss singer Alec Völkel, the students celebrated by rocking the courage school
    PHOTOS: SARAH WINBORN | 2016/2
  • The Way to Europe

    Students Joshua and Felix spoke with Syrian refugees in Steinbach about their journey to Germany
    AUTHORS: JOSHUA AND FELIX, YEAR 6, PHORMS TAUNUS CAMPUS | 2016/2
  • Stella Pepper – An interview with the "Wilde Kerle" girl

    Phorms student Stella Pepper has a leading role in the film Die wilden Kerle 6
    PHOTOS: LISA JOHANNA THIELE | 2016/2
  • A school day in Peru

    Looking to the wider world with: Mathias Hidalgo Miranda, 6 years old, year 1, from Lima in Peru
    AUTHOR : MYRIAM VALCÁRCEL VALLEJOS | PHOTO: LINDA MORI VALCÁRCEL | 2016/2
  • What are you reading?

    Do you already know what book you are going to read on your next holiday? Let yourself be inspired by the great book tips from a Phorms student from the Taunus region, a teacher from Munich and the father of a student in Berlin-Mitte
    PHOTOS: PRIVATE & BOSSFIGHT.CO | 2016/2
  • Recipe for mini pizzas

    Kids Kitchen: In this new section, a food blogger creates a tasty meal for the young and the young-at-heart. This time, the blogger Chèvre Culinaire delighted us with a simple recipe for delicious pizzas for kids of all ages
    AUTHOR & PHOTOS: ANNE ZIEGE | 2016/2