Helping Create Growth Mindset Communities


What We’re All About


Pomegranate Lab was built on the belief that everyone is capable of learning and growing. Founded and run by teachers, we champion the needs and goals of fellow teachers and care about their students as if they were our own. We aim to fundamentally shift the conversation in education from one based on performance to one based on improvement.


Mindsets Matter

Fixed Mindset

Students with a fixed mindset see themselves as static and unchanging. These students fear failure, look down on effort, and never reach their full potential.

Smart People

are born smart and dumb people are born dumb.


is a waste and only proves a lack of natural talent.


“I wasn’t as smart as I thought I was.”

Growth Mindset

Students with a growth mindset see themselves as capable of change. These students learn from failure, value effort, and maximize their potential.

Smart People

weren’t born that way but became smart by working.


is the only way get better at anything.


“I’ll learn from this and do better next time.”

Want to get started?

Initiate grass-roots culture change towards the Growth Mindset

Interested in helping your staff develop a growth mindset but don’t know how to begin? Our Seeds Program trains 2 or 3 early adopter teachers and prepares them to spread the word to the rest of your staff. Get the ball rolling today and let us manage the change you’re looking for.

Step 1

We coach 2 or 3 early-adopter teachers in growth mindset strategies and help them create a growth minded culture.

Step 2

Through the coaching process, we prove the impact of the growth mindset with home-grown examples and models.

Step 3

We guide and facilitate a teacher-led workshop to spread the word to the rest of the staff.

Pomegranate Journal

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People who believe in us

New York Public Library
Center for Student Entrepreneurship
Harlem Children's Zone
4pt0 Schools