The comments you make (whether you`re asking for clarification, sharing criticism, or broadening a point) reflect the fact that you`ve paid attention to the comments of previous speakers. The following examples are proposed as a starting point in the context of these reflection questions. They include several types of guidelines: behavioural proposals (e.g. .B. do not interrupt), invitations to accept certain parameters (e.g.B. be open to changes in perspective), calls to reflect on their own learning (e.g. B aspire to see your mistakes as part of the process). (For more information on the latter topic, check out our overview of inclusive education.) I am new to inquiry learning and PYP. I only have it in Grade 4.
But I seem to see too many teachers (maybe even myself!) giving empty words about the idea of the agreement, the idea that students actively participate in building such agreements. . . .