One way to think about grit is to consider what grit isn’t. Grit isn’t talent. Grit isn’t luck. Grit isn’t how intensely, for the moment, you want something.
Instead, grit is about having a goal you care about so much that it organizes and gives meaning to almost everything you do. And grit is holding steadfast to that goal over time. Even when you fall down. Even when you screw up. Even when progress toward that goal is halting or slow.
Talent and luck matter to success. But talent and luck are no guarantee of grit. And in the very long run, grit may matter as least as much, if not more, to what you achieve.
These Hyperdocs were created to be used throughout grade levels. Geared towards 4th through 12th grade use! Utilizing the applications built into the hyperdoc will ensure maximum engagement as well as deeper understanding of the importance of GRIT. Links are provided within the product to be copied and added to your personal Google Drive.
*Hyperdoc - Introduction to Grit
*Hyperdoc - Finding your Passions
*Hyperdoc- GRIT in the Real World
* Digital Goals Sheet
*Links to Digital Assessments
*Links to Google Drive Videos
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