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    control of every bit of my body. Learning is said by many to be important for young ones as it will help their brains grow and so they won’t fall behind. This is usually said by parents, and their children usually fall behind due to their mindset, not failed attempts in learning. A mindset is what every student has and it shows how they are gaining knowledge or intelligence in classes. Two mindsets are in place in school: a fixed mindset where students are afraid of challenges and going further with learning because they don’t have the ability to become intelligent, and a growth mindset where students believe learning is the key way to gain intelligence and will take on challenges. After some consideration, I have come to the conclusion…

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    the success of individuals in society? One would argue that their mindset dictates success in business, social circles, personal life, sport, and in academic pursuits. A mindset evolves around beliefs, which sets the foundations in adolescence. Parents have a great influence in the formation of their children’s ' mindset, with parental nurture proving to be the first determining factor. This developed mindset then sets the tone for school achievements, and views on their own intelligence…

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    There many forms of attitudes that form certain mindsets, some of this mindsets can change how a person does things and perceives things. Some mindsets that can do just that are Dweck example of growth mindset and fixed mindset. According to Dweck a growth mindset is one in which “.. students believe that intelligence is fixed..” and a growth mindset is one in which one “..believe that intelligence is a potential that can be realized through learning. As a result, confronting challenges,…

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    An optimistic growth minded man named Will Smith once stated, “If you’re not making someone else’s life better, than you are wasting your time. Your life will become better by making other people’s lives better.” Now what exactly is being growth minded? Holding a growth mindset is believing that intelligence can be developed, that the brain can be grown and strengthened, like a muscle that can be trained. This leads to your desire to improve. Therefore a tendency to, embrace challenges, persists…

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    Growth Mindset No one is born smart; you have to exercise your brain in order to become smart. The difference between fixed and growth mindset is that people with a fixed mindset believe you either are or aren’t good at something based on your inherent nature because it is just who you are. However, people with a growth mindset believe anyone can be good at anything because your abilities are entirely due to your actions. According to Carol Dweck these two different mindsets lead to very…

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    letting them know what days and times I would be available. I set forth a can do attitude and this made me want it even more. My past social distractions led me to this point. Of course, I gained lots of other skills and life lessons from my experiences travelling and meeting new people but school was always in the back of my mind. I wanted it now more than ever, I wanted to learn as much as possible and take it seriously. I guess you could say I’m full of “grit” which according to…

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    compelling argument for her Scientific American audience through the use of rhetorical strategies. The first technique she employs involves strong organizational structure. To start her piece, Dweck used an anecdotal example to pull her readers’ attention and give them a previous view of how someone’s mindset could affect his life. Dweck described that, once there was “ [a] brilliant student, Jonathan sailed through grade schools. He completed his assignments easily and routinely earned ‘As.’…

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    their mind, if cognitive mindset wants to grow or fixed. A fixed mindset will focus on working hard and study, under the belief of depending of their advantages they can successfully achieve or utterly fail while the growth mindset is willing to learn. In a study conducted by Carol Dweck, she states that the students with a growing mindset grades “had jumped apart pretty dramatically, and their grades continued to diverge over the next two years”. (Fixed Versus Growth Mindsets 2). The students…

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    a “mindset”, in this case they’re relatively closer to having a fixed mindset, whereas some people will not be afraid at all that they will rather embrace it which makes them have a mindset closer to a growth mindset. In addition to further understanding of mindsets, the mindset are the growth mindsets and the fixed mindsets which were both established by Professor Dweck a Psychology professor at Stanford University. The growth mindset is “the…

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    A Stanford researcher, Carol Dweck, has been studying motivation and perseverance since the 1960´s, and found that children fall into two categories. Those with a fixed mindset, and Those with a growth mindset. She supports her argument by a research, were kids with a ¨Fixed mindset¨ are ¨stereotyped¨ by ¨ If you have to work hard, you don't have the ability¨. Kids with a ¨Growth mindset¨ are ¨stereotyped¨ by ¨ The more you challenge yourself, the smarter you become¨. In the article her…

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