What it means to be Reflective...
They give 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. IB students have developed an ability to reflect on their learning and to articulate how they learnt.
They have learned that critical reflection is an important academic and life skill.
Shane Maxey (Grimes)
Kynadi Wilcox (Arens)
John Williams (Weber)
Luanna Traben (Thomas)
Jolie Gerstenberger (Taylor)
Devin Connor-Robinson (Dudik)
Ethan Sears (Orbash)
Charles Pohl (Mishaga)
Nathaniel Craun (Perry)
What do you think it will be about?
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Central Idea: A Community is shaped by its members.
Unit of Inquiry: How the World Works
Central Idea: Matter and energy exist in different forms and interact in various ways.
Fruit Kabobs and cocount/banana squares!
Unit of Inquiry: Where We Are in Place and Time
Central Idea: Migration may be a response to human. circumstances.
Theme: Where We are in Place and Time
Central Idea: Global civilizations from the past shape modern life.
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6th Graders reflecting on Veteran's Day with a visit from U.S. Army Sgt. O'Connor.
They wrote reflection pieces that connected their future achievements to their present lives.
Thank you, Mr. Bearden for taking time out of your day to make these for us!
We will celebrate our Reflective Ambassadors at the end of November!
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