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Growth vs Fixed Mindset

Description: 

This mini-unit is a designed for a middle school environment, teaching students about having a growth mindset and not a fixed mindset. The unit discusses the difference between a growth and a fixed mindset and allows students to explore these ideas through a variety of individual, partner, and group activities. Students will take a self-assessment on their current mindset at the beginning and the end of the unit, reflecting on their changing or lack there of in overall mindset.

Learning Targets: 
The ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team in order to achieve a common goal (Collaboration).
The ability to effectively communicate a message or an idea to someone else through verbal or nonverbal means (Communication).
The ability to generate innovative and creative solutions to issues of interest through the gathering, analysis, and evaluation of relevant information (Problem-Solving).
The ability and self-motivation to continuously learn to respond to changes and to increase one’s understanding (Flexibility and Adaptability).
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jsroon18
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Creative Commons Licence
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