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MS Assembly Principled October 18, 2017

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MS Assembly Principled October 18, 2017

  1. 1. KAS MS assembly - How are we Principled? October 18, 2017 12:50 -1:30
  2. 2. Announcements: Middle School Building 1st floor Staircase Sports Complex Cafeteria
  3. 3. Movie Night, Spirit Week, and Student Council Reps Brought to you by The New MS Student Council
  4. 4. Tickets will be available from StuCo members during lunch in the cafeteria. Snacks, pizza, and drinks will also be available for purchase during the event!
  5. 5. Monday October 23 to Friday October 27
  6. 6. MONDAY OCTOBER 23
  7. 7. TUESDAY OCTOBER 24
  8. 8. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25
  9. 9. THURSDAY OCTOBER 26
  10. 10. FRIDAY OCTOBER 27
  11. 11. SPIRIT WEEK COMPETITION Each grade will compete to see who is the most spirited grade. Prize for the winning grade! Reminder: Costumes must be appropriate, no blood, knives or guns!
  12. 12. STUDENT COUNCIL LOGO DESIGN COMP.
  13. 13. Julie Lin, 8th Grade
  14. 14. Questions? Look out for the next newsletter this weekend! Stay tuned for more information on our Twitter @ KASMSStuCo!
  15. 15. Mr. Murray’s Student Work Recently, students in 8th grade I and S completed “How-To” videos that explain how economics can be used address problems and unlock opportunities in our globalized world. Students voted on two videos that “best used economics to accomplish important tasks in our globalized world”. Below are the two student videos that received the most 8th grade student votes. Enjoy!
  16. 16. #1 - How to Profit from ebay with 6 Easy Steps by William Yeh
  17. 17. #2 - How To Get Better Hotel Deals by Olivia Mak
  18. 18. THINK BIG Award G6 - Diem-Mi, Gwendolyn, William H., Tim G7 - Katarina, Hong Wen, Ivan, Andrew G8 - Claire, Paula, Eric C., Antony Sha
  19. 19. Mr. I’s I(愛) Award Liam RAdika Mr. Ferguson
  20. 20. Community Awards ★
  21. 21. Am I Principled?
  22. 22. IB Learner Profile 積極探究 知識淵博 善於交流 勤於思考 堅持原則 胸襟開闊 關愛他人 及時反思 勇於嘗試 均衡發展
  23. 23. Do we do the “right” things
  24. 24. How do you know?
  25. 25. Asking the question is more important than the answer?
  26. 26. This summer...
  27. 27. This summer...I was not very honest….
  28. 28. I took responsibility for my actions...
  29. 29. ...9 hours later
  30. 30. NOT
  31. 31. ATLs= Approaches To Learning
  32. 32. Approaches to Learning @KAStwMS
  33. 33. ATL Skill Categories ● Communication ● Social ● Self-Management ● Research ● Thinking
  34. 34. Communication Communication Skills How can students communicate through interaction? Exchanging thoughts, messages and information effectively through interaction How can students demonstrate communication through language? Reading, writing and using language to gather and communicate information
  35. 35. Social Collaboration Skills How can students collaborate? Working effectively with others
  36. 36. Self-Management Organization Skills How can students demonstrate organization skills? Managing time and tasks effectively Affective Skills How can students manage their own state of mind? Managing state of mind
  37. 37. Self-Management Reflective Skills How can students be reflective? (Re)considering the process of learning; choosing and using ATL skills
  38. 38. Research Information Literacy Skills How can students demonstrate information literacy? Finding, interpreting, judging and creating information Media Literacy Skills How can students demonstrate media literacy? Interacting with media to use and create ideas and information
  39. 39. Thinking Critical Thinking Skills How can students think critically? Analysing and evaluating issues and ideas Creative Thinking Skills How can students be creative? Generating novel ideas and considering new perspectives
  40. 40. Thinking Transfer Skills How can students transfer skills and knowledge across disciplines and subject groups? Using skills and knowledge in multiple contexts
  41. 41. Last month’s examples
  42. 42. Being Prepared Allison, Miranda, Seria, Claire and Paula
  43. 43. Setting Goals Why Set Goals? ● Gives you focus and direction ● Provides a benchmark for yourself ● Motivates you towards success How To Set Goals? How To Achieve Goals? ● Write down your goals ● Break down your goals ● Measure your progress ● Schedule your time ● Tell someone ● Have perseverance Websites: 1) (2017). Five golden rules for successful goal setting. Retrieved September 07, 2017, from https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newHTE_90.htm 2) Set your goals and make them happen. Retrieved September 07, 2017, from http://www.actionforhappiness.org/take-action/set-your-goals-and-make-them-happen Image: 1) Setting SMART goals. (2017). j6 design. Retrieved 7 September 2017, from http://www.j6design.com.au/setting-smart-goals/
  44. 44. Organizing Your Materials - Double check your things - Pencil case, computer, things for the school - Use folders/binders - Google Drive Why is it important and good for you? - Keeps ideas - Lowers your stress - Wastes less time - Gets more things done Websites: 1) Rosenberg, S. (n.d.). Why you should get organized. Retrieved September 07, 2017, from http://www.shaunrosenberg.com/why-you-should-get-organized Pictures: 1) Google Drive Logo [Digital image]. (2017, May 26). Retrieved September 7, 2017, from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Google_Drive_Logo.svg 2) School Supplies [Digital image]. (n.d.). Retrieved September 7, 2017, from https://pixabay.com/en/photos/school%20supplies/ 1) 2)
  45. 45. Managing Your Time - Don’t misuse your time! - Be focused - be on task - Prioritize tasks - Set deadlines for yourself https://toggl.com/time-management-tips https://pixabay.com/en/pho tos/time%20management/ http://www.smead.com/hot-topics/time-management-in-the-workplace-1685.asp
  46. 46. Planning for Success Success comes from preparation - Planning for success - Believing in yourself - Believing in your excellence Successful people are prepared.
  47. 47. To review…
  48. 48. These are long-term goals
  49. 49. ...9 hours later
  50. 50. ...results DO NOT happen overnight
  51. 51. ...results happen over weeks/months
  52. 52. So believe in yourself
  53. 53. YOU ARE Principled
  54. 54. Thanks for Coming to the Assembly!

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