Thursday, 11 September 2014

Self Mangeing

Do you know how to manage yourself? Well self managing is important to young children as they are on there way to becoming young adults. You are starting to become reliable, resourceful, resilient, and have a can do attitude so your work start is up to high standards. You are now understanding instruction and are on a roll to become a young adult.        

In the classroom it is important for everyone to manage their self so you can get a better opportunity of learning with others. When I'm in the class self managing looks like people completing their tasks, finish it of problem and striving to succeed.

In the street ( A place where the our year 7 and 8 senior’s work) managing yourself looks like working with other people while with your friends. And when we do go of task I bring them back into work mode and we keep working.

1 comment:

Hollie Faulkner said...

Hello Sarah! My name is Hollie Faulkner. I am an EDM 310 student at the University of South Alabama. I have been assigned to your blog this week! I really enjoyed reading your post about self-management. And you are right, good self-management is very important in the success of young children as they become young adults. Completing tasks and striving to succeed are some great examples of what self-management looks like. Keep up the terrific work Sarah!

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