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    Parent focus session 1 Parent focus session 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Parent Focus Session 1. Past V Present
    • What’s Your Stance?
    • What is your stance? STANCE
    • Today’s Classroom Video 1. Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity? Video 2. A Kunyung Classroom
    • How are the ideas presented connected to what you already knew? What new ideas did you get that extended or broadened your thinking in new directions? What challenges or puzzles have come up in your mind from the ideas and information presented? Connect-Extend-Challenge
    • Skills needed for the 21st Century
    • What are the skills you use?
    • Think Write three answers or ideas you have about this question or problem. Pair Discuss your ideas with a partner. Check any ideas above that your partner also wrote down. Write down ideas your partner had that you did not have here. Share Review all of your ideas and circle the one you think is most important. One of you will share this idea with the whole group. As you listen to the ideas of the whole group, write down three you liked. Think- Pair – Share
    • Thinking Acquisition of knowledge; comprehension; application; analysis, synthesis, evaluation, dialectical thought, metacognition. 5 Skill Sets
    • Social skills Accepting responsibility; respecting others; cooperating, resolving conflict; group decision-making; adopting a variety of group roles.
    • Communication skills Listening; speaking; reading; writing; viewing; presenting; non-verbal communication.
    • Self – management skills Gross motor skills; fine motor skills; spatial awareness; organization; time management; safety; healthy lifestyle; codes of behaviour; informed choices
    • Research skills Formulating questions; observing; planning; collecting data; recording data; organizing data; interpreting data; presenting research findings
    • BUS STOP
    • The Mission Statement