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When conducting an inquiry and choosing how you present your project work, consider options that make the most of your strong verbal reasoning skills and your interests so that you will challenge yourself and enjoy the project. TYPES OF PROJECT PRESENTATIO... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Study Skills & Tools Middle/High School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Social Awareness Verbal Reasoning
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Abstract reasoning refers to how you draw inferences from objects, images, space or numbers when you aren't given a concrete explanation or can't see it firsthand. WHEN IT MATTERS Students use abstract reasoning when they are working on logic puzzles, solv... View More

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Abstract Reasoning
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Verbal reasoning refers to how comfortably you draw inferences based on what you read or hear, without needing a detailed explanation. WHEN IT MATTERS Students use verbal reasoning when they are reading, following a complex story line, or understanding the... View More

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Reading Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Reasoning
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WHAT IT IS Flexible thinking is the ability to shift your thinking when you need to. We all get stuck at times, but how you handle unexpected circumstances or unanticipated test questions can make a big difference. If you feel yourself getting upset, ask thes... View More

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Flexible Thinking Self-regulation Social Awareness
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Flexible thinking refers to how well one can adjust and change approaches to solving problems in school, work, and social situations. WHEN IT MATTERS Students use flexible thinking when they need to identify a different approach to a problem, handle unexpe... View More

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Flexible Thinking Self-regulation Social Awareness
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Working memory helps you hold multiple bits of information in short-term memory (about 15-30 sec) so you can apply them during multi-step tasks. It is sometimes referred to as the mind’s mental scratchpad. WHEN IT MATTERS Students use working memory whe... View More

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Other ELA Reading Mathematics Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset Study Skills & Tools All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Working Memory
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WHAT IT IS Everyone struggles with anxiety at times, especially before a big test or project is due. The good news is that some anxiety can be good for you, helping to motivate you to get your work done well. However, too much anxiety can begin to interfere... View More

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Anxiety
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WHAT IT IS Organizational skills include keeping your items in order and organizing your thoughts to write and speak clearly. While Mindprint does not measure organizational skills directly, students with weaker executive functions, attention, working memor... View More

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Study Skills & Tools Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Self-regulation Organization Attention