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20 Growth Mindset Ted Talks For Kids

Having a growth mindset is important when children face challenges and obstacles at school or at home. It is the growth mindset that helps children whether young or old to excel in sports, academics, art, and anything they love. “I can improve my grades”, “I will win the chess competition” are the words commonly used by kids with a growth mindset. They believe in their abilities and strive hard to improve themselves over time. On the other hand children without growth mindset stop trying because they think, “I am going to fail even if I try hard”, “I can’t improve my drawing skills” and so on. They focus on challenges more than their talents and abilities.

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“The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in all creation.” – Ray L. Wilbur

How to help my kids develop a growth mindset? How to help them learn from failures and keep going ahead? These are common questions of most parents today.

Related: 9 Traits That Parents of Successful Kids Have In Common

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Here are 20 inspiring Ted Talks For Kids on growth mindset. These Ted Talks are sure to ignite their passion and move them to think differently. All the videos are engaging, and motivating. Inspiring stories from different parts of the world will help young brains to boost their confidence and self-esteem. And teach them how to approach a challenge, dream big, work hard, and become successful. These awesome talks are also great to develop communication and presentation skills.

 

20 Growth Mindset Ted Talks For Kids

1. How I Harnessed the Wind

William Kamkwamba at the age of 14 built a windmill to power his family’s home. In spite of poverty and famine, this Malawian boy went on to create such an innovative and productive thing. With limited education and resources, he did what most highly educated and privileged people can’t do. Incredible. Isn’t it? His message to people is

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” I say to you, trust yourself, and believe. Whatever happens, don’t give up.” This story of courage will motivate little ones to surmount obstacles with an iron-daunted spirit.

 

2. A 12-year-old app developer 

A jaw-dropping Ted Talk by Thomas Suarez who has become an app developer at the age of 12. Besides Java, C, and Python programming, he also knows excellent presentation skills. After developing iPhone apps like “Bustin Jeiber,”  and selling them on Apple Store, he is confident enough to start a programming club to help other kids become app developers. Thomas has set an example for other kids to learn and make most of the knowledge to create something productive. I’m sure you’ll love sharing this video with your kids.

 

3. Yup, I built a nuclear fusion reactor

Taylor Wilson was 17 years old at the time of this Ted Talk and he narrates how he had built a nuclear reactor in his parent’s garage. He believes that nuclear fusion is a solution to our future energy needs. He is the youngest person in history to have built something so brilliant.

It’s his growth mindset that motivated him to perform a genius experiment. Currently, he’s geared towards fighting against terrorism using nuclear energy. Kids will surely be inspired by this video and learn that inexperience is not a hurdle to explore and create something memorable.

 

4. Choose Positivity

This Ted talk was given by two fifth graders and focuses on bullying. They give a beautiful message about healing, growth, and being positive. Jayden and Preston Garmo, say that one must reexamine their own thoughts, feelings, and actions to overcome the negativity that arises after being bullied. This is a must-watch video for school students, it will surely spike their motivation level.

Related: Buddha Quotes To Rejuvenate You With Positivity

 

5. Inside the Mind of a Procrastinator

Do you have a kid who loves to accomplish work at the eleventh hour? Then you must watch this insightful and funny Ted talk by Tim Urban. Even adults who are struggling to overcome the problem of procrastination can relate to this video. He encourages us to think harder about what we’re really procrastinating on before we run out of time. To know about Tim’s process of recovery do watch this interesting video with your kids.

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Louisa Davis
Hi there! I'm just a normal person enjoying the process of life. Practicing Buddhism, I believe in the law of cause and effect. Reading and writing is always a pleasure. I enjoy researching on a range of subjects – science, psychology, and technology. Nothing can satiate my soul than good music, horror movies, psycho-thriller, and crime stuff. I enjoy photography, music and watching comedy videos. Talking to people, learning new experiences, sharing my knowledge through blogs, motivating others are things that I always look forward to.
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