You have given me all that I am and all that I possess. I return it all to You and surrender it to the guidance of Your will. Give me only Your love and grace. With these I am rich enough and ask nothing more.
The Whole Child Initiative: Challenged These indicators may serve as a needs assessment, a set of strategic goals and outcomes, a framework for decision making, or the definition of what a whole child approach to education truly requires.
In fact, these indicators are among those we consider in the selection process for Vision in Action: However you choose to use them, please share them widely among your stakeholders and involve many voices in soliciting evidence related to their implementation.
Although these are largely school-based, a whole child approach to education requires the engagement of the entire community to ensure that each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
Each graduate is challenged academically and prepared for success in college or further study and for employment and participation in a global environment. Each student in our school has access to challenging, comprehensive curriculum in all content areas.
Our curriculum and instruction provide opportunities for students to develop critical-thinking and reasoning skills, problem solving competencies, and technology proficiency.
Our school collects and uses qualitative and quantitative data to support student academic and personal growth. Our curriculum, instruction, and assessment demonstrate high expectations for each student.
Our school works with families to help all students understand the connection between education and lifelong success. Our curriculum and instruction include evidence-based strategies to prepare students for further education, career, and citizenship.
Our extracurricular, cocurricular, and community-based programs provide students with experiences relevant to higher education, career, and citizenship. Our curriculum and instruction develop students' global awareness and competencies, including understanding of language and culture.
Our school provides cross-curricular opportunities for learning with and through technology. Change the conversation about education in your school and community. Download the set of challenged indicators PDF. Explore free, in-depth resources to help you move from a vision for educating the whole child to action that results in successful, well-rounded young people.
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Steve Wertanen has just recently become our new pastor at St. Anastasia Parish in Troy. He has been with us only a few months and I know he will gain the love and respect of our parish family. He is a warm and friendly person with a deep love of God. Persons using assistive technology might not be able to fully access information in this file.
For assistance, please send e-mail to: [email protected] Accommodation and the title of the report in the subject line of e-mail. Describe Your Participation In Extracurricular Activities What Have You Learned From Your Experience 1 What events, activities or achievements have contributed to your own self-development 2 Describe a situation in which you had significant responsibility and what you learned from it.
3 Describe your strengths and weaknesses in two areas: setting and achieving goals, and working with other. Last week, I introduced the Zen Valedictorian Philosophy.
This concept captures the general approach to student life that I’ve been promoting on this blog. The big idea is to find a way to become less overloaded and less stressed without becoming less impressive.
I believe that a student should be. “You have to stay in school”, we insisted, “that is what all responsible people do to ensure a bright future, learn to deal with diverse sets of people, and of course to socialize with other children.