#MYPChat Approaches to Learning: AFFECTIVE CLUSTER

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The Affective Cluster of ATL includes skills in Mindfulness, Perseverance, Emotional Management, Self-Motivation, Resilience. #MYPChat
Q1. What Affective skills are you already teaching and/or mapping and how? #MYPChat
Q2. How is your school supporting (or planning to support) teachers in the Affective cluster? #MYPChat
Q3. Do you have any Affective Cluster resources to share (teaching, mapping or research)? #MYPChat
Q4. Free discussion and sharing experience with the Affective Cluster. #MYPChat

  • MYP: From Principles to Practice (pre-publication), pages 90 onwards.
  • OCC link: pre-pub FPIP
  • ATTL Wikispace: Affective Cluster Page
    • If this is OK'd as fair use, we can use the wikispace to develop a community resource for teaching and mapping the Approaches to Teaching and Learning.

Summary of the Affective Cluster:

How can students manage their own state of mind?

Managing state of mind
From Planners to Practices: ATL resources wikispace
  • Mindfulness
  • Perseverance
  • Emotional management
  • Self-motivation
  • Resilience

Each skills cluster has a set of defined skills that can be developed.
Example: (Source: OCC link: pre-pub FPIP)

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