Communication: Interaction

  • Give and receive meaningful feedback.

  • Use intercultural understanding to interpret communication.

  • Use a variety of speaking techniques to communication with a variety of audiences.

  • Use appropriate forms for writing for different purposes and audiences.

  • Use a variety of media to communicate with a range of audiences.

  • Interpret and use effectively modes of non-verbal communication.

  • Negotiate ideas and knowledge with peers and teachers. 

  • Collaborate with peers and experts using a variety of digital environments and media.

  • Share ideas with multiple audiences using a variety of digital environments. 

  • Listen actively to other perspectives and ideas. 

  • Encourage others to contribute.

  • Give and receive meaningful feedback.

  • Make fair and equitable decisions.

  • Delegrate and share responsibility for decision-making.

  • Take responsibility for decision making.

  • Practice empathy.

  • Help others succeed.

  • Manage and resolve conflict and work collaboratively. 

  • Build consensus.

  • Negotiate effectively. 

  • Exercise leadership and take on a variety of roles within a group. 

  • Use social media networks appropriately to build and develop relationships. 

Social: Collaboration

Self Management: Reflection

  • Develop new skills, techniques, and strategies for effective learning. 

  • Identify strengths and weaknesses of personal learning strategies. 

  • Demonstrate flexibility in the selection and use of learning strategies. 

  • Try new approaches to learning and evaluate their effectiveness.

  • Consider content (What did I lear about today?)

  • Consider ATL skills development (What will I work on next?)

  • Consider personal learning strategies (How efficiently and effectively am I learning?)

  • Consider ethical, cultural, and environmental implications. 

  • Keep a journal to record reflections. 

Research: Media LiteracY

  • Locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media.

  • Demonstrate awareness of media interpretations of evens and ideas. 

  • Make informed decisions aout personal viewing experiences. 

  • Understand the impact of media representations and modes of presentations. 

  • Seek a range of perspectives from multiple and varied sources. 

  • Communicate information and idea effectively to multipole audiences using a variety of media and formats. 

  • Compare, contrast, and draw connections among (multi) media resources. 

THinking: Creativity and Innovation

  • Use brainstorming and mind mapping to generate new ideas and inquiries. 

  • Consider multiple alternatives including those that might be unlikely or impossible. 

  • Create novel solutions to complex problems. 

  • Use lateral thinking to make unexpected connections. 

  • Design improvements to existing machines, media, and technologies.

  • Make guesses and ternate testable hypothesis.

  • Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes. 

  • Create original works and ideas. 

  • Practice flexible thinking-arguing both sides of an argument.

  • Use visible thinking strategies and techniques. 

  • Propose metaphors and analogies. 

Thinking: Critical Thinking

  • Practice observing carefully in order to recognize problems. 

  • Gather and organize relevant information to formulate an argument. 

  • Recognize unstated assumptions and bias.

  • Interpret data.

  • Evaluate evidence and arguments.

  • Recognize and evaluate propositions.

  • Draw reasonable conclusions and generalizations.

  • Test generalizations and conclusions. 

  • Revise understanding based on new information and evidence.

  • Evaluate and manage risk.

  • Formulate factual, topical, conceptual, and debatable questions. 

  • COnsider ideas from multiple perspectives. 

  • Delelop contrary or opposing arguments. 

  • Analyse complex concepts and projects into their constituent parts and synthesize them to create new understanding. 

  • Propose and evaluate a variety of solutions.

  • Identify obstacles and challenges. 

  • Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues. 

  • Identify trends and forecast possibilities. 

  • Troubleshoot systems and applications. 

  • Read critically and for comprehension.

  • Read a variety of sources for information and for pleasure. 

  • Make inferences and draw conclusions. 

  • Use and interpret a range of discipline-specific terms and symbols.

  • Write for different purposes.

  • Understand and use mathematical notation.

  • Paraphrashe accurately and concisely.

  • Preview and skim texts to build understanding.

  • Take effective notes in class.

  • Make effective summary notes for studying.

  • Use a variety of organizers for academic writing tasks. 

  • Find information for disciplinary and interdisciplinary inquiries, using a variety of media. 

  • Organize and depict information logically. 

  • Structure information in summaries, essays, and reports. 

  • Understand and implement intellectual property.

  • Create references and citations, use footnotes/endnotes and construct a bibliography according to reconginexed conventions. 

  • Identify primary and secondary sources. 

Communication: Language

Self Management: Affective Skills


  • Practice focus and concentration.

  • Practice strategies to develop mental quiet.

  • Practice strategies to overcome distractions. 


  • Demonstrate persistence and perseverance's.

  • Practice delaying gratification.

Emotional Management

  • Practice strategies to overcome impulsiveness and anger.

  • Practice strategies to prevent and eliminate bullying.

  • Practice strategies to reduce anxiety.

  • Practice being aware of body-mind connections.

Self Motivation

  • Practice analyzing and attributing causes for failure.

  • Practice managing self-talk.

  • Practice positive thinking.


  • Practice "bouncing back" after adversity, mistakes, and failure.

  • Practice "failing well."

  • Practice dealing with disappointment and unmet expectations. 

  • Practice dealing with change.

  • Plan short and long term assignments; meet deadlines. 

  • Create plans to prepare for summative assessments. 

  • Keep and use a weekly planner for assignments. 

  • Set goals that are challenging and realistic. 

  • Plan strategies and take action to achieve personal an academic goals. 

  • Bring necessary equipment and supplies to class. 

  • Keep and organized and logical system of information files/notebooks.

  • Use appropriate strategies for organizing complex information. 

  • Understand and use sensory learning preferences. 

  • Select and use technology effectively and productively. 

Self Management: Organization Skills

Research: Information Literacy

  • Collect, record, and verify data. 

  • Access information to be informed and inform others. 

  • Make connections between various sources of information.

  • Understand the benefits and limitations of personal sensory learning preferences when accessing, processing, and recalling information. 

  • Use memory techniques to develop long term memory.

  • Persent information in a varsity of formats and platforms. 

  • Collect and analyze data to identify solutions and/or make informed decisions. 

  • Process data and report results.

  • Evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on their appropriateness to specific tasks. 

  • Undestand and use technology systems.

  • Use critical literacy skills to analyze and interpret media. 

Thinking: Transfer Skills

  • Utilize effective learning strategies in subject group disciplines.

  • Apply skills and knowledge in unfamiliar situations.

  • Inquire in different contexts to gain a different perspective. 

  • Compare conceptual understanding  across mulilple subject groups and disciplines. 

  • Make connections between subject groups and disciplines. 

  • Combine knowledge, understanding, and skills to create products or solutions. 

  • Transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies. 

  • Change the context of an inquiry to gain different perspectives.