In the article “The Secret to Raising Smart Kids” posted on Scientific American, Carol S. Dweck makes some interesting points about how praising children for their intelligence can put them in a “fixed mind-set” rather than a “growth mind-set” because they start believing that intelligence is something they have (or don’t have) rather than viewing…… Continue reading Working Hard or Hardly Working?
We are all designed with the intelligence to feel sensations and emotions and to interact with each other and the environment through our senses. And yes, we can think and reason, though I think intelligence is more than being intelligent or having intelligence. What do you think? How do you define (or describe) intelligence? Even…… Continue reading We Are Intelligence