This book is the Turkish translation of Limitless Mind, originally published by HarperCollins Publishers.
It is believed that the human brain is a fixed structure that is genetically predisposed to learn some things rather than everything. This misconception directs entire lives and alienates some people from mathematics and others from music.
For decades, professor of education at Stanford University, Jo Boaler has been studying the impact of beliefs and prejudice on education, and based on findings in modern neuroscience and dozens of studies conducted in education, she debunks the myth of the “fixed mind.” In the light of most up-to-date scientific findings, Limitless Mind suggests six keys to unlock the learning potential, and the research proves that those who reach the highest levels do so not because of a genetic tendency favoring any particular skill, but because of these keys.
Hence, our brains are not “fixed,” and they have the ability to change, to grow, to adapt, and to renew. Any individual of any age can learn something.
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