Series 1 Growth Mindset
ClassDojo and Stanford's PERTS Research Center teamed up to create the first season of The Mojo Show. The five-episode video series, along with a few incredible activities, highlight the power of having a growth mindset and how any student can learn this skill!
Series 2 Perseverance
In a follow-up to the wildly popular Growth Mindset series, ClassDojo, Stanford University's PERTS Research Center teamed up to create a three-episode video series about perseverance, including a concept called "The Dip." This popular series is accompanied by activities to help students learn the power of perseverance and what it looks like in real life!
Series 3 Empathy
ClassDojo and Harvard University's Making Caring Common Project collaborated to create a three-episode video series all about empathy. Find these empathy episodes along with some amazing activities to help strengthen your students' empathy skills.
Introduce children to the idea of a Growth Mindset. The simple idea that your brain is like a muscle is proven to have a profound impact on learning! Share the first chapter in this five-part video series with your class and use the question at the end to spark a great...
Mojo enters a robotics competition and wins an unexpected lesson in the magic of mistakes. His good friend, Katie, helps Mojo to understand the science behind why mistakes are actually helpful when you think about them in the right way.
Mojo takes on his biggest challenge yet, but it doesn’t turn out like he thought it would. Taking time to think about it, Mojo realizes that it isn’t only trying harder and putting in hard work that gets you where you want to go. There’s something else that helps too!
Katie’s fear of failure and concern over an upcoming art show leave her feeling nervous. These moments of frustration and wanting to give up leave Katie in The Dip. Katie learns all about being in The Dip from her favorite inventor, Thomas Mojomus Edison.
Katie learns from Mojo and Miss Clara how to get out of The Dip. Surprisingly, the way out of The Dip is a super simple, yet incredibly powerful action that will encourage students when they feel ready to give up when things get hard.
Katie always puts pressure on herself to be the best and it leads to anxiety over the art show. During the show, Katie realizes that she might not be the best one there. She shares a valuable lesson about failures and how to overcome them.
Mojo is very excited to be directing the school musical until he is interviewed by the school newspaper. Suddenly he becomes frustrated and angry which in turn leaves him without a cast just three days away from the performance. What will Mojo do now?
Bruce leads Mojo to a group of monsters where he learns about The Maze. They help him to learn how different emotions get in the way of his (and his team's) success and how The Maze keeps him from seeing how his friends are feeling after he overreacts. How will Mojo get out of...
Mojo has the opportunity to practice what he’s learned in The Maze after Katie mentions she’s forgotten her lines. Stress starts to take a hold on Mojo and he has the opportunity to work through his internal struggles to get out of The Maze.