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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno
posted in mentor circle: Genius School Campus

Aug 16, 2022 at 01:01 in North Lakes QLD, Australia

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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno
posted in mentor circle: Genius School Campus

Aug 13, 2022 at 02:09 in North Lakes QLD, Australia

Teachers often define academic rigour in English as the study of challenging works of literature accompanied by in-depth literary analysis in writing. But what about projects that allow students to delve into who they are and what they are passionate about? Is there space for these projects in academic classrooms? Can we ensure that students learn concrete skills and are challenged academically while also providing them with opportunities for self-discovery and joy?

Combining Academic Rigor and Student Self-Discovery in Project-Based Learning

A high school PBL unit guides students to use both literary analysis and creativity in answering the question, “Who am I?”
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Angie Stead created Maintaining Mental Health & Wellbeing

Jul 14, 2022 at 05:33 in New Zealand

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Karen Bonanno posted Young Entrepreneur PitchFest Winners

Jul 5, 2022 at 07:26 in North Lakes QLD, Australia

The Genius School Young Entrepreneur PitchFest Competition closed on 30th June. What a challenge it was to choose a winner! So many great business ideas plus lots of variety from online stores & digital platforms, to app development to make...

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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno
posted in mentor circle: Genius School Campus

Jul 4, 2022 at 00:08 in North Lakes QLD, Australia

Intentional goal setting | Smaller achievable goals to action so kids can achieve larger and more long-term goals.

60-Second Strategy: Daily Intentions

By making small goal setting part of the everyday routine, teachers help students build the skills they need to achieve larger and longer-term objectives. Fo...

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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno
posted in mentor circle: Teen Dynamics

Jun 20, 2022 at 01:23 in North Lakes QLD, Australia

Some strategies to help students develop their independence when it comes to learning. Telling kids what to learn all the time just keeps them dependent on the teacher. We need to mix it up.

How to Get Students Thinking About Their Own Learning

When students begin to plan, monitor, and evaluate their learning, they develop self-regulation and can set more ambitious goals.
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    Maria Hiebert

    Jul 1, 2022 at 10:07

    In order to involve children in self-study, you always need a good mentor, approved by the parent and well accepted by the child. Of course, a student cannot be a mentor for studies, for example, it must be someone a little younger than the parent and teacher, so that there is trust. The best mentors always explain what will give the student his performance of tasks. Also, when the number of tasks becomes very large and begins to put pressure on the student's psyche, the mentor will help to draw up a schedule and distribute the load, this will not be done at school. I always insist on load sharing https://essaypay.com/

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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno
posted in mentor circle: Genius School Campus

May 24, 2022 at 05:18 in North Lakes QLD, Australia

12 activities to help young people apply what they learn to their real-world interests.

Authenticity Matters: 12 Ideas To Make Learning ‘Real-World’

From getting feedback from field experts to using project-based learning, here are 12 ideas to make learning more like the 'real world.'
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