Helping our Students to be Architects of the Future

Habits of Mind,” developed by Arthur L. Costa and Bena Kallick, are “characteristics that are employed by successful people when they are confronted with problems.” Developing these 16 traits or skills can be particularly challenging for people with learning disabilities.

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In recent blog posts, I explored the habits of persisting and thinking interdependently. As our students prepare for Kingsbury’s Art Salon on May 15th, let’s discuss two additional habits: (1) creating, imagining and innovating and (2) responding with wonderment and awe. These habits reflect the affective domains of our lives.

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