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Furlong Park School for Deaf Children Habits of Mind Building a culture of thinking 27 th March, 2007 Sue Cerminara Marion Treiber
Task 1 Introduce 16 habits one at a time Icon / Name / Catch Phrase / Sign Phrase Use description to present
Task 2 Habit Matching ELC – Sue, Virginia, Sharon, Marion, Early Years – Meropi, Lisa C, Annemarie, Maree, Jo Middle Years – Lin, Andria, Deb, Deaf Staff – Trudy, Marylou, Shirley, Andrew, Shel
Task 3 Concerns re use of Habits -not to make more work -Shared Drive:2007 – Habits of Mind Information & Resources IEP statements for Term
Task 4 Watch Chicken Run for 10 minutes Complete Discoveries Chart Return to teams and discuss habits observed.
Task 5 Whole Staff A spokesperson will be chosen from each team to present findings
Task 6 For all staff to complete Why do your students need to learn to think? To be revisited in Week 2 Term 2
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Please do the following… Sign in and find your name tag. Help yourself to refreshments. Sit where there is a binder at the table with your districts name.
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