The Growth vs. Fixed mindset has many details in which were explained by scientists and teachers who sacrifice by giving their contribution. Growth vs Fixed mindset goes along with details because you use them to analyze information. Marina Krakovsky mentions, ”If you want to demonstrate something over and over, it feels like something static that lives inside of you - whereas if you want to increase your ability, it feels dynamic and malleable,” which is resourceful, that way people with fixed mindsets can believe in themselves to do better and you can encourage others to also do better. “The determination to master new things and surmount challenges,” is another helpful statement because if you are determined about something then you will be able to surpass your goal or determination. There are many people who contribute to this by simply saying “You can do anything,” by helping them believe in themselves so that you don’t doubt yourself that much and you can elevate them into thinking they can reach for any of their goals. It might not seem like it but every one of us has two types of mindsets; Growth and Fixed mindsets. Growth mindset is when you overcome the obstacles yet, fixed mindset is when we just give up without trying.
Growth vs. Fixed mindsets are important, for example, we will know why some kids are really good at doing certain things and how we can help kids with fixed mindsets; kids who have complicated times passing classes. Growth vs. Fixed mindsets also matter since we can help kids with these type of mindsets and tell them to never give up. Perhaps, tell them to succeed higher than they ever have before. Growth vs. Fixed mindsets also matter because you can tell kids that they can do the best when that are encouraged or feel that they are capable of reaching any type of goal that they aim for. Growth and fixed mindsets may not seem important at all, but they actually make a great change into our lives. Growth vs. Fixed mindsets can also be essential because from them, we can learn about our mistakes and make sure we keep trying and never give up. Therefore it would be better to have a growth mindset and learn new things, rather than having a fixed mindset by always giving up.
Our poster connects to the main idea of the topic. To begin with, the light green part of the school represents the growth mindsets, yet the dark green represents the fixed mindsets of the students in school. Also, the cars represent the success of finishing school and moving on to another school to be successful in order to continue on with your career. The flowers on the title show the details and structure of what it means to be a good at what you do. The arrows on the poster connect to contribution for being a hard working, overachieving, and dedicated student. Finally, on the cloud in the title demonstrates the students thinking on what growth vs. fixed mindsets are.