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Topics to Review for this section

Use the  Cornell System


Review the elements of Social justice:  (leaving the world a better place than you found it)  Curiosity, Positive Outlook, Executive Functions and Relationship Skills

Girls Ownership of their Learning  
Keep a positive attitude
Assessment & Rubrics
Improve self-regulation
Attitude / Outlook
How to keep a positive attitude  in life Learning to control your attitude
Valuing yourself 10 steps to self-confidence
Book-confidence building Handling difficult people
Support System


Creating a Visual Display   



Board to see Tasks, Schedules, Achievements, About us,






Overall Training Plan:


Date... approx week ending Overall Topic Detail
April 4th About you Your goals and strengths, Positive attitude
April 14th SEL Social & Emotional Learning
April 17th Questioning Key to learning
April 24th Teams Learning and creating together
May 1st Tools Ownership, Collaboration (Web), Process
May 8th Tools Planning, Scared Skills. Coaching support
May 15th Problem development

Begin the design of Indoor worm farm composter and exciting children’s learning center.

May 22nd Review/ Problem development Composting
May 29th Presentation  



Past Training Schedules




Week  ending:    5/29



5/26 doc
5/27 Your Attitude  Zada's Fondness Memories

Future Class

5/28 Improv  
5/29 Improv-details  
  • What getting a dog would look like ... Emma
  • What goes on at a drive thru?  Dahlia
  • What Bugs me?    Bill




6/17 Book what BUG's me? PDF, Word
  Amanda Gorman... summer 2018 YouTube
  Article to discuss PDF






Learning Items:  http://www.projectacademy.org/bestoverview/index.html


Strengths  When involved in strength activities,

• you have a sense of energy and engagement; this is called flow

• you often lose your sense of time because you are so engrossed in the task

• you rapidly learn new information and approaches

• you show high levels of performance

• you want to do things that use your strengths, even when you are tired or stressed






Goals:  SMART Goals
If you want to improve your odds of success even further, make sure your goals stand up to the test of being SMART goals. SMART goals give a more specific direction and a more concrete reality to strive towards. Review your goals and re-write any that need it as SMART goals. SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-based.



Social and emotional learning (SEL) enhances students’ capacity to integrate skills, attitudes, and behaviors to deal effectively and ethically with daily tasks and challenges.

·        Self-awareness:  assess one’s strengths and limitations, with a well  grounded sense of confidence, optimism, and a “growth mindset.”

·         Self-Management The ability to successfully regulate one’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in different situations — effectively managing stress, controlling impulses, and motivating oneself. The ability to set and work toward personal and academic goals.

·         Social awareness:  The ability to take the perspective of and empathize with others, including those from diverse backgrounds and cultures.  

·        Relationship skills :  The ability to communicate clearly, listen well, cooperate with others, resist inappropriate social pressure, negotiate conflict constructively, and seek and offer help when needed.


Self-Awareness:  The ability to accurately recognize one’s own emotions, thoughts, and values and how they influence behavior. The ability to accurately assess one’s strengths and limitations, with a well-grounded sense of confidence, optimism, and a “growth mindset.”

• Identifying emotions

• Accurate self-perception

• Recognizing strengths

• Self-confidence

• Self-efficacy  


Questions: Types of Questions Open/ Closed,   5 W and H ( Why, What, When, Where, Whom and How )


Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (categories of questions)

1.   Knowledge ( Recall, Description … )

2.   Comprehension (Understanding content …)

3.   Application ( Using knowledge in novel contexts …)

4.   Analysis (Breaking complex issues into parts …)

5.   Synthesis ( Combining elements into novel designs … )

6.   Evaluation ( Using criteria to make judgments … )


Focus on moving the question to the last 3 elements of the Bloom process:


TEAMS   http://www.projectacademy.org/team/


Creating a Team Cuture What Jazz can teach us



TOOLS   http://www.projectacademy.org/resources/
Process Ownership Branding; Back to work
Electronic Communication One-To-One Coaching Measurements
Planning a Project    
Project Select Project Requirements Problem Solving
Testing / Measurement  Redesign Presenting