This is part of a series of provocations for essential elements of the PYP, including individual attitudes, learner profiles, etc. For more, click here.
What does it mean to be principled? This one can be so broad and abstract, that even my fifth graders struggled with it from time to time. Most know that it has some correlation to honesty, but beyond that can get a bit hazy. Here are some resources that might help your students identify some of the nuances to being and becoming more principled.
Resource #1: Randy Pausch — Live the Right Way (part of a talk given during the terminal stages of Randy’s cancer).
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Resource #2: “Dear Report Cards, You Suck” by 6th grade student, Lynton, who is a student in Abe Moore’s classroom where they strive to focus on the learning rather than the grades (click image to link to Lynton’s work).
Resource #3: Penny & Her Marble by Kevin Henkes
Resource #4: We Found a Hat by Jon Klassen
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