Read Carol Dweckâ€™s article, â€œRevisiting the Growth Mindset (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.â€ and summarize what it is means to have a growth mindset and how is it different than a fixed mindset. Consider the triggers identified in the article and elaborate on any of them that may be alive in you. Defend your thoughts about how and why it is important for educators to have a â€œGrowth Mindset.â€Guided Response: Consider and respond to the thoughts about the Growth Mindset shared in at least two of your classmatesâ€™ posts. Provide your reaction to their thoughts by sharing your agreement, disagreement or suggestions to further their foundation. In addition to your two classmate responses, be sure to respond to any questions or comments posted by your instructor.View Dalton Shermanâ€™s famous keynote speech, â€œDo You Believe in Me? (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.â€ At the time of this speech in 2008, Dalton was a 10 year old entering into the fifth (5th) grade. He address over 17,000 educators from the Dallas Texas area, challenging them to believe in him and his classmates.Then view the same young man seven (7) years later as he addresses educators at the Extra Yard for Teacher summit in 2015 with his â€œDonâ€™t Lose Your Joy (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.â€ speech.After viewing the â€œDo You Believe in Me? (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.â€, and the â€œExtra Yard for Teachers Summit 2015 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.â€, based on the â€œSix Pillars of Character (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.â€, consider the target career option in education you researched in week three, and what you know about the importance of mindset in both the student and the educator. Craft a discussion response that explains three specific ways you will show your students that you believe in them as you create your own classroom culture and climate.As educators, the guidelines or sets of strategies on which the approaches to teaching are based are called Instructional Models. After reviewing the â€œEvidence-based models of teachingPreview the documentView in a new windowâ€ document, in two or three sentences, summarize each of the following instructional models:â€¢The Direct Instruction model â€“ Pg. 148-149â€¢Cooperative Learning model â€“ Pg. 154â€¢PBL model â€“ Pg. 156 – 158â€¢Inquiry-Based model â€“ Pg. 159-160Please use the Guidelines for Summarizing Sources (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. page from the Ashford Writing Center to help in your summarizing task.After summarizing the instructional models in Discussion One, justify which is most appealing to you and why. Be sure to include how the model engages students and how it matches your personal tendencies (hint: Pg. 166-167 of the â€œEvidence-based models of teachingPreview the documentView in a new windowâ€ document has a quick overview of all of the four models above).Guided Response: Consider and respond to the response shared in at least two of your classmatesâ€™ posts. Provide your reaction to the model they prefer the most. In addition to your two classmate responses, be sure to respond to any questions or comments posted by your instructor.
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