The Effect of Growth Mindset Feedback on the Reading Fluency of on and Below Level Third Graders
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of growth mindset feedback on the reading fluency development of on and below level third grade students. The measurement tool used was the Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment system and the Treasures Fluency Assessment book for grades 1-6. Growth mindset feedback was delivered through a digital survey and reflection questions. This study utilized quasi experimental pretest-posttest design. Growth Mindset feedback did not statistically impact reading fluency. Research on the impact of growth mindset on reading growth should continue due to the importance of reading on future academic success.