Do you believe that with effort and skill development you can achieve what you s

Do you believe that with effort and skill development you can achieve what you set your mind to? Or, do you believe that you are not in control of your abilities and get discouraged when mistakes are made? This discussion explores the concepts of growth and fixed mindsets as well as the role grit plays in goal achievementReflectReview these common fixed mindset statements:Either I’m good at something or I’m not.
I can’t learn now; it’s too late.
There’s no point in trying if I’m going to fail.
I take feedback as a personal attack.
I always struggle with this task.
I can’t make this any better; it is what it is.
I already know everything I need to know.
I know that I can’t do this.
WriteIn your initial discussion forum post,Choose one of the common fixed mindset statements listed above, and describe a situation in which either you or someone you know has demonstrated this fixed mindset.
Explain the value of having a growth mindset and grit towards achieving goals
Your initial post should be a minimum of 250 words and is due on Day 3 (Thursday).Respond to PeersReview your classmates’ posts and respond to at least two of your peers by Day 7. Make an effort to select two different classmates than you have responded to before. Each peer response should be a minimum of 50 words.In your peer responses,Provide an alternative growth mindset strategy for your peers to consider in relation to the situation shared in their posts.
Address their thoughts about grit and growth mindset and how each may lead to goal attainment.
Requirements: 350 words   |   .doc file

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