THE PIRATE WAY
Internalize effective problem-solving strategies, such as sequencing, differentiating, prioritizing, and accessing prior knowledge.
Apply concepts learned to solve routine and complex problems in real life settings.
Collaborate with peers to solve problems.
Demonstrate critical thinking skills by formulating solutions for real-world issues.
Be inquisitive in a variety of settings and share independent thoughts with others in a constructive way.
Show reasoning, analysis, and solution methods.
Investigate ways to be responsible citizens and understand what it means to live in a global community.
Adhere to district, school, and classroom standards in preparation for adult life and accept the consequences/benefits of actions.
Identify post secondary education/career goals and internalize what it will take to achieve these goals.
Learn new skills in order to grow and to see failure as opportunity.
Have the emotional tolerance and mental fortitude to be open to change.
Be resourceful in recognizing new approaches and solutions.
Evaluate and synthesize multiple sources of information into coursework.
Make use of social media and other forms of technology responsibly and thoughtfully.
Employ technology as a study resource rather than an answer resource.
Expand the use of academic language in various forms of communication.
Read, write, and speak persuasively in a variety of settings and contexts.
Effectively listen to, empathize with, and respect the opinions of others.