Q&A of applied knowledge to performance

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Please add* all Elements related to this Aspect of the Extended Induction period. A Element is a word or short phrase that identifies an impact you want to have, or a process to produce this impact. In other words, it’s just a heading that will produce more thinking later in the process. Here’s an example of an Element of Expert learning:

  • Research skills

Type your own elements here:

  • Analysis and critical thinking
  • Applying knowledge
  • Augmenting group learning with personal discoveries
  • Autonomy/independent learning
  • Aspirational outlook
  • Communication skills
  • Creativity/innovation/lateral thinking
  • Curiosity
  • Digital literacy
  • Discussion skills
  • Evaluation skills (inc. self evaluation)
  • Follow instructions (e.g. assignments and exams)
  • Identifying valid sources
  • Learn between lessons/outside of college
  • Link between theory and practice
  • Managing deadlines (inc. organised; setting and revising goals)
  • Metacognitive strategies
  • Note taking
  • Peer learning and assessment
  • Problem solving and resourcefulness
  • Questioning
  • Recognising opportunities that will develop essential skills, knowledge and awareness in relation to their chosen industry
  • Reflective skills
  • Research skills
  • Resilient
  • Risk taking
  • Self-motivated and focussed, determined and confident (inc. ownership)
  • The wider context (inc. wider learning)
  • Vocational terminology
  • Technical skills
  • Industry standards
  •  Emotional agile

* To add to this wiki, just click the tab above. On the following wiki page you’ll find two further tabs: ‘visual’ and ‘text’. Best to use the ‘visual’ tab. Be sure to click ‘Save‘ when you’re done. 

Comments

  1. vicky balmforth
    June 19, 2020 @ 09:09 am

    Recognising opportunities that will develop essential skills, knowledge and awareness in relation to their chosen industry

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