A reflective learner gives thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience. They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development. Taken from our International Baccalaureate’s Learner Profile.
Our Unit of Inquiry’s Central Idea is People Throughout History Have Made A Difference With Their Inventions. I would like to improve my ability to reflect effectively and model this for the students. I also want to model the Creative Problem Solving process they are learning about.
Student’s are working together to discuss what each part of the Creative Problem Solving process means and need to agree on the order in which to place each part.
Each group works very well together. They are on task, respectful and cooperative. Do they know how? Are they aware of the skills they need and are using so well?
As this is my first post, I guess it's all about new beginnings. Leigh Ann and I are very excited to see where ProDivas! goes and how effective our website will be. We formed ProDivas! this school year when we began teaching together and out of our shared and keen interest in self-professional-improvement by learning from each other. We thought that others like us may want the same.
Hi, I am Natasha Hutchins an international teacher collaborating, exploring and sharing ideas with others, like myself from around the world, for our collective professional development and enjoyment of learning and teaching.