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12 Intellectual indicators

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Jennifer Keyes

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of 12 Intellectual indicators

listening with understanding and empathy
-avoiding acting without thinking
-evaluates a situation carefully
-seeks advice from other sources
-considers the consequences of actions
-makes sure directions are understood before acting
-being sensitive to the feelings, abilities and knowledge of others
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is important
perservering when the solution to a problem is not really apparent.
decreasing impulsivity
awareness of our own thinking
able to describe the steps of problem solving or doing other kinds of mental tasks
Questioning and problem posing
asks questions of all kinds
not afraid to admit not knowing
alert to discrepancies and asks for clarification
Drawing on past knowledge and applying it to new situations
applies "school" learning to "real" situations
learns from experience
Precision of language and thought
Uses all of the senses
Ingenuity, originality, insightfulness: creativity
tries to conceive problem solutions differently
starts with a goal and works backwards
takes risks, tests the limits
intrinsically motivated
open to criticism
Wonderment, inquisitiveness, curiosity
Flexibility in thinking
tries to find ideas that are different and evaluates
them to see if they make sense
changes approach when what is being done
isn't working
Checking for accuracy and precision
pays close attention to detail
checks every available source to ensure work is accurate
corrects errors
has an "I enjoy" attitude to challenges
reflects on the world around them
derives pleasure from thinking
oral and written expression is concise, descriptive and coherent
speaks in complete sentences
provides supportive evidence for ideas
defines terminology
conceives and expresses many ways of solving a problem by use of the senses: making observations, gathering data, experimenting, manipulating, scrutinizing, interviewing, role playing, illustrating etc.
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