Monday, November 3, 2014

How can self-evaluation and reflection help you plan for success? (Week 14) Week of 3-7 November

Happy Week 14 Advisory Fellows!
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Homework: SSSS email! Wednesday by 8pm :-)
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Big Idea: Relationships lead to growth
Essential Question: How can self-evaluation and reflection help you plan for success?
Objectives: I can...
...reflect on the school year so far with my buddy.
...identify the components of self-advocacy.
...list areas I could work on to be a strong self-advocate.
...set and meet personal goals.
(Goals: College Ready, Communication)
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Tuesday, 4 November
Buddy Day!

1) Fill in the "Before you meet your buddy" questions. 
2) Leave the questions below open and go find your buddy!
3) At 11:16, fill in the "After you meet your buddy" questions.


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Wednesday, 5 November
Intro to Self-Advocacy
1) Warm Up: What skills did you use when you talked to your buddy? What communication skills do you want to improve upon?
2) Do you know how to self-advocate?

  1. Before you read: Rank from a 1 to a 5 how comfortable you are with getting help related to success in school and meeting goals. (1 = AHHHHHHH SCARY HIDE!, 5 = I've got this!)
  2. As you read: 
    1. List the three elements to successful self-advocacy.
    2. Around each, create a cluster of related skills. 
    3. Example: Know what you need and want ----> prioritize
  3. After you read:
    1. Log in to CFNC.
    2. Go to: "Your Profile">"How you see yourself">under "Self Knowledge" click, "What do you know about yourself".
    3. Complete the profile.
    4. As you do, consider how who you are relates to your successes and struggles. 
    5. Summarize this in your journal or on paper and give it to me.
      1. To get to the journal: Select "My CFNC" and scroll all the way to the bottom of the page.

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Thursday, 6 November
PGP Day
1) Open up your PGP.
2) Choose a goal for today and write this as a comment in your PGP.
3) Work! Work with classmates who are working on similar tasks.
4) Evaluate your success in meeting your goal with an emoji as another comment in your PGP.

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