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Angela Duckworth
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Why do you think teachers, colleges, and employers value or weigh SAT scores or grades above grit? What should they value more?

This topic gives students the opportunity to reflect on the ways talent is traditionally measured and to explore ways in which teachers and employers might expand their ideas about what makes a successful student. It also provides an opportunity for students to begin to think about other ways teachers and schools might start to assess and develop students.

Why do you think grit is more important to the West Point cadets during the Beast than any other qualities?

This question gives students the chance to understand how grit can help people in certain situations and to discuss the ways grit works. By working with the example of West Point cadets, students can begin to apply grit to a very compelling situation in which physical and...

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