How do I learn best? How do I know? How do I communicate my understanding? What sort of learner am I? How can I research effectively? How can I organise my time and my materials well? What have I learned and done well this term? What role(s) do I play in a group? What do I know and understand about others around me? How can I contribute to the community? How can I help others? What does “community” mean? What makes a community? How are communities similar? What can I learn about myself through serving others? How and why do we create? What are the consequences of creating? Origin: How did the creation start? Who thought of it? Process: What steps are taken to produce the creation? How does it change? Development: How has the creation been modified? What else does it lead to? Context: What is the historical / social / cultural / religious context of the creation? Impact: How does the creation affect individuals and/or society? Product: What is the creation? What is it made of? How is it made? Where do we live? What resources do we have or need? What are my responsibilities? What environments am I a part of? How do I affect the environment? How am I affected by the environment? How do I think and act? How am I changing? How can I look after myself and others? How can I increase my self-esteem? How can we resolve crises? How can I make wise decisions when faced with many choices? How can I differentiate between needs and wants? To what extent do I act responsibly in groups? How can I express my needs clearly and appropriately? To what extent am I aware of the different standards of living people around me? To what extent am I aware of potential global health and environmental risks? How can I deal with situations of bullying, harassment, or prejudice? To what extent am I aware of the relationship between lifestyle choices and leading causes of death?

Approaches to Learning

Community and Service

Human Ingenuity (Homo Faber)


Health and Social Education

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