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Persistent, Disciplined, Imaginative, Together | Creative Schools

Persistent, Disciplined, Imaginative, Together. December 19, 2022. By. Andrea Tenger. Louise Halls. Share this article: Creative’s Name: Andrea Tenger. Creative Practice(s): Visual Artist. School: Camboon Primary School. Teacher’s Name: Louise Halls.

3D Globe Map: Challenging Students to Apply Creative Habits of Learning | Creative Schools

We want students to leave the program with improved ability to be imaginative, collaborative, inquisitive, persistent, and disciplined (disciplined is defined as having the ability to analyse and improve your own work). PIRATICAL RUMBUSTIFICATIONS.

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Learning Our Way | Creative Schools

As the weeks went by and we introduced the 5 Habits of Learning - collaboration, persistence, imagination, inquisitiveness, and discipline – we saw a real change in the students.

An Artist's Journey in Providing Engaging Tasks that Assist with the Curriculum | Creative Schools

As a Creative Practitioner, this is probably the most difficult task as it involves a lot of discipline. So, trying to engage year 1 and 2 students with a repetitive task was definitely challenging for me.

Walking Stories | Creative Schools

Through hands-on, authentic experiences, each session was an opportunity for us to explore the 5 Habits of Learning (Collaboration, Persistence, Discipline, Inquisitiveness and Imagination) both explicitly and indirectly.

About | Creative Schools

teaching and learning strategies to cultivate student agency, and engage students in deep learning of the Western Australian curriculum, the General Capabilities and the Five Habits of Learning: being imaginative, inquisitive, collaborative, persistent and self-disciplined

Casting Light | Creative Schools

We talked about the misunderstanding of the word ‘disciplined’ and its associations with being in trouble or just behaving.

Spirit of Sustainability at a Beach School | Creative Schools

Finally, discipline was an important foundational sustainability skill and came in the form of self-discipline or self-management where the students were expected to take care of their hats, shoes and water bottles.

One Class, One Community, One World | Creative Schools

"I used to think as a child that being disciplined was about having strict parents. Now that I’m doing Creative Schools, I realised I didn’t understand what it means. I did research on it.