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Week 1 Reflective Journal: Mindset For this reflection, you are encouraged to step outside of your comfort zone, dig deep, and be honest with yourself. Keep in mind that there are no right or wrong answers. Therefore, you will not be graded on specific content in your journal. You will be assessed on the depth of your reflection, so take this opportunity to inspire personal thought and ideas. Note: This journal template has two parts that you need to complete. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Part 1 Directions: Respond thoroughly and honestly to each prompt. 1. Describe how you felt when you read through your results of the Mindset Assessment. Provide examples to support your response. Were you surprised? Did you agree? Why or why not? When I read the mindset assessment I was not very surprised at my results. Your Current Mindset: You understand that your intelligence is something that you can increase. You care about learning and you’re willing to work hard. You do want to do well, but you think it’s more important to learn than to always score well. This is what we call the “growth mindset.” I have always been driven by challenges and learning experiences. My entire life has been a platform to the person I currently am and want to become. Growing up on the southside of Chicago where as a child you are constantly exposed to societal flaws, you have a choice to become better or apart of the problem. My family moved around a lot and I vowed to be better when given the opportunity. My mindset is always open and willing. I will say that at times i am
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