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Saturday, November 7 • 9:50am - 10:50am
True Grit or the Marshmallow Effect

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True Grit or the Marshmallow Effect Researchers have found that grit, self-regulation, is more important to success than IQ, grades, or even SAT scores. In the 60’s at Stanford University, Walter Mischel did a series of experiments testing the willpower of children. Follow up studies showed that the kids who were able to delay gratification years later had higher SAT scores, better social skills, even lower body mass. In this presentation will examine the research on grit, particularly that done by Angela Duckworth and Carol Dweck. I will be sharing ideas about how grit can be taught, plus tons of books on the subject.

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Kelly Nelson

Media Specialist, Hunter Jr High
I have been a teacher and media specialist in the Granite School District for 35 years. I am the last of the librarians.


Saturday November 7, 2015 9:50am - 10:50am
Room 107 Desert Hills High School

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