Approaches to Learning

What Skills Do We Want Students To Be Able To Do?
The construction of meaning and, therefore, understanding is complemented by the students’ acquiring and applying a range of skills. The five transdisciplinary skills acquired in the process of structured inquiry are thinking, communication, social, research and self-management.

Approaches to Learning (Transdisciplinary Skills ):

Social Skills:
Accepting responsibility
Respecting others
Cooperating
Resolving conflicts
Group decision- making
Adopting a variety of group roles

Communication Skills:
Listening
Speaking
Reading
Writing
Non-verbal communication

Thinking Skills:
Acquisition of knowledge
Comprehension
Application
Analysis
Synthesis
Evaluation
Metacognition