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  1. 1. Balance arguments, see more than one side<br />Read widely<br />Follow a research plan<br />Pull together a range of ideas as a whole <br />Be willing to change your ideas, start again<br />Make collections of things<br />Use many resources to find things out: internet, people, dictionary<br />Use thinking skills tools to make sense of ideas<br />List what they know and what they need to know<br />
  2. 2. Enjoy working with other people<br />Share ideas generously <br />Keep a sense of time<br />Listen to what people say<br />Put your points of view positively<br />Pay attention to team members feelings<br />Add ideas to previous ones<br />Bring a team back to the task in hand<br />Suggests changes to how the team work<br />Play different roles in a team as necessary<br />
  3. 3. Take stock as you go along<br />Put time into planning<br />Learn from mistakes<br />Be aware of how you are doing<br />Anticipate blocks and obstacles<br />Change plans if you have better ideas<br />Treat criticism positively <br />Overcome being stuck<br />Recognise your learning strengths<br />Seek help when necessary<br />
  4. 4. Be unafraid of pushing boundaries<br />Enjoy creating new ideas<br />Ask ‘what if’ questions<br />Make unusual connections<br />Be interested in what is going on around you<br />Take part in cultural events<br />Recognise that things could be different<br />Notice the unusual<br />See not knowing as an interesting place to be<br />
  5. 5. Be punctual <br />Complete tasks<br />Plan ahead<br />Manage home study on time<br />Develop digital or written plans<br />Set and review your own targets<br />Use an index, the library, a dictionary, the internet, a computer, competently<br />Relish change; recognise the value of taking risks<br />Know where to go for advice<br />Have personal goals<br />
  6. 6. Take on causes on behalf of others<br />Know what they care about<br />Relish responsibility <br />Focus on the task<br />Join clubs, organisations, societies<br />Organise activities for others<br />See things from others’ points of view<br />Use language persuasively <br />Take a step by step approach to getting things done<br />Organise their time well<br />Resolve conflicts<br />