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1 Welcome to Taking Responsibility for Your Education

2 Children are not vessels to be filled but fires to be lit. Plutarch

3 Kendon and Math

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5 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling.

6 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling Don’t ask for information you can get yourself.

7 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience.

8 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook.

9 Miles and His Rocks

10 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value.

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12 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions.

13 12 practical ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions. Write when you read.

14 12 practical ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions. Write while you read. Use what you learn right now. Teach someone else.

15 12 practical ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions. Write while you read. Use what you learn right now. Teach someone else. Write your own school books or make a video.

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17 12 practical ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions. Write while you read. Use what you learn right now. Teach someone else. Write your own school books or make a video. Have contests with yourself.

18 12 practical ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions. Write while you read. Use what you learn right now. Teach someone else. Write your own school books or make a video. Have contests with yourself. Encourage your family to read together.

19 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions. Write while you read. Use what you learn right now. Teach someone else. Write your own school books or make a video. Have contests with yourself. Encourage your family to read together. Pick one subject that you are afraid to learn and study it.

20 12 practical Ways to take responsibility for your education Check your spelling. Don’t ask for information you can get yourself. Ask, what am I willing to learn from this class, event, or experience. Recognize your own Sparks and then ask for help. Keep a Sparks notebook. Your interest isn’t silly and you will learn something of value. When you read ask yourself questions. Write while you read. Use what you learn right now. Teach someone else. Write your own school books or make a video. Have contests with yourself. Encourage your family to read together. Pick one subject that you are afraid to learn and study it. Step out of your comfort zone and learn to ask questions.

21 Summary Understand that learning is not passing a test, pleasing someone else, or getting a grade of any kind. Begin believing that the power to learn is in you. Wisdom is gaining knowledge and then using it in the correct way. Stop being afraid of doing some mental work – after all you are doing it for you!! Don’t be afraid of new things. Be OK with not knowing yet.


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