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The Areas of Interaction

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Daniel Saber

on 17 September 2013

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Transcript of The Areas of Interaction

The Areas of Interaction by Daniel Saber and Jacob Dwyer
Community and Service
Community and service are ways that a student can interact socially while serving the community. These aspects also help while giving a college resume.
Health and Social Education
Health and social education teaches students about socail issues. Through health and social education, students will learn skills that will help them become better members of their societies.
Approaches to Learning (ATL)
Approaches to learning represents learning skills that the students will develop throughout their entire lives. It help them learn about themselves as learners and how to develop these skills.
Environments considers how humans interact with the world. It extends beyond human issues and look at the interrelationships of different environments.
Human Ingenuity
Human ingenuity focuses on how human minds have influenced the world. It also considers the consequences of human actions.
The End
Human Ingenuity
Human ingenuity focuses on how human minds influence the world. It also considers the consequences of human thought and action.
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