When we think about Design Thinking, we think about the ability to Ideate, Define, Prototype, Define, Empathize and Test. When Design Thinking is implemented with both teachers and students, is it necessary and essential to have a Growth Mindset? Can Design Thinking be implemented if you have a Fixed Mindset? When you tackle issues or solve problems do you think of it as "failure is an opportunity to grow" or do you think that "failure is the limit of my abilities? Can you have both a Fixed and Growth Mindset? Which one do you possess?
Take the Quick Mindset Quiz and share your results and thinking about what is needed in Design Thinking.
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