MindsetMeter is going away in October 2020. But there’s good news.
PERTS has launched a new, improved, and still-free version of the MindsetMeter called Copilot. You can use Copilot to assess the learning mindsets and experiences of your students. Copilot also provides recommendations for improving student engagement and success, and it enables you to track changes in students’ responses over time. Access Copilot and other resources at perts.net/resources. If you need support, contact us at perts.net/contact.
A tool for quickly assessing student mindsets, created by PERTS at Stanford University.
A 5-minute assessment of growth mindset.View Assessment
A 10-minute assessment of four different academic mindsets, made for participants of the DLMOOC.View Assessment
Free use of the Mindset Meter is generously supported by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Raikes Foundation.
This is just an early prototype of Mindset Meter. We would love to hear how to improve it to better serve educators and students. Send questions, suggestions, and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.