Social Emotional Competency
Motivational Competency
Metacognitive Competency
Cognitive Competency

For learning and for life

WHAT ARE THE PERSONAL COMPETENCIES?

The four "propellants" of learning:

Cognitive Competency Metacognitive Competency Motivational Competency Social Emotional Competency
Cognitive Competency
Metacognitive Competency
Motivational Competency
Social/
Emotional Competency

"What I Know"

"How I Learn"

"Why I Learn"

"How I Relate"

The intersection of these competencies is where learning habits develop.

Classroom

The competencies are built within and across three contexts.

School

School Community

TEACHING AND PERSONAL COMPETENCIES
"Students develop personal competencies in part through instruction.  They also acquire personal competencies through modeling, encouragement, and caring exhibited by teachers and other people they respect." Redding
Relational Suasion + Lesson Plans= Enhanced Lesson Design (ELD)

What does this look like?

Competency Reinforcement
Cognitive Competency
Metacognitive Competency
Motivational Competency
Learning Habits
Cognitive Competency Metacognitive Competency Motivational Competency
Social Emotional Competency
Social/
Emotional Competency
Learning Habits
Competency Reinforcement
Classroom
School
School Community
Mastery
Knowledge + Skill
Mastery combining knowledge and skill
Relational Suasion:
The teacher's ability to influence a student's learning and personal competencies by virtue of their personal knowledge of, and interaction with the student and the student's family.
The process of refining and/or adding instructional elements to enhance the Personal Competencies within an already developed lesson.
Personal Competency Framework

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