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Clare Ellison

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Core Competency Reflection -- Thinking

Another core competency area that we reflect upon is thinking. This can involve brainstorming ideas, making connections, asking questions, transforming our ideas when we put new information together with previous information and change our thinking, and many other activities. For this response, please answer at least one of the questions below, making sure to add evidence to your response. You can do that using photo or link or upload to post evidence on a slide when you add using drawing Remember that you can add more details about your thinking and feelings by using mic or video * What helps you find new ideas to try for projects at school? * What goals have you met this year that you are proud of? (Think back to our goal setting activities for some ideas.) * Do you agree or disagree with this statement? "This year, going to school and staying in cohorts has been a challenge for me and I haven't enjoyed it." What evidence is there that you can include to support your position? How can you rewrite that statement to describe you and your thinking about this school year (if you disagree with it)?

6th Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, English Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning
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