R J Comeau - Curriculum Design & Research
Below, you'll find excerpts from Know Thyself on helping students explore their strengths, to help transfer positive self-view into the classroom, and reveal a more complete view of each student to the teacher.
Section 2) Explore your strengths (and put them to work at school)
Write about what you're good at, in school or in your life outside. Work to know your strengths, and help me know them better, so we can connect your abilities to our academic work.
Prompts: Write about ...
Early in the process, it's best to just write, to get your ideas onto the page. As we talk together about your writing, we'll look for opportunities to connect your strengths to our work together in class.
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