Who We Are
How we Express Ourselves
How the World Works
How we Organise Ourselves
Where we are in Place and Time
Form: What is it like?
Function: How does it work?
Causation: Why is it like it is?
Connection: How is it connected to other things?
Change: How is it changing?
Perspective: What are the points of view?
Responsibility: What is our responsibility?
Reflection: How do we know?
Acquisition of knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation, Dialectical thought, Metacognition.
Formulating questions, Observing, Planning, Collecting data, Organising data, Interpreting data, Presenting data.
Accepting responsibility, Respecting others,Cooperating, Resolving conflict, Group decision making, Adopting a variety of roles
Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Non-verbal Communication.
Gross/Fine motor skills,
Spatial awareness, Organisation, Time management, Safety, Healthy lifestyle, Codes of behavious, Informed choices.
Should be voluntary and involve students in exercising their own initiative
Is best grounded in students’ concrete experience
Is most beneficial to students when they are able to witness the outcomes.