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Let’s Do Business!

In the How We Organize Ourselves unit, Year 3 students in Sekolah Cikal learn how the connection between supply and demand creates space for economic activities. 1,131 more words

How We Organize Ourselves

Training Students to be Entrepreneurs

Trade is based on a human’s capability to assess, price and market a product. Conducting trade is a skill that helps develop the intellect and willpower of an individual. 570 more words

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Technology

Technology has the tendency to change the way people access information and connect with each other was our first central idea of six this academic year. 894 more words

Unit Of Inquiry

Unit of Inquiry - How We Organize Ourselves (Social Studies, Mathematics and Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia (BSI)) - Tuning In Activities

As a starting point to the inquiry of this unit’s central idea – “Government systems influence the lives of citizens” – Grade 4 students focused on “government” and made a list of words (nouns, verbs and adjectives) which they thought are related to “government”. 284 more words

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Unit of Inquiry - How We Organize Ourselves - Overview

Government plays an important role in modern societies. Not only does it make the law and policies, it also has direct and indirect influence on the lives of citizens. 30 more words

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Unit of Inquiry - How We Organize Ourselves (Visual Arts and ICT) - SketchBook App on iPad

Throughout current Unit of Inquiry (with its transdisciplinary theme “How We Organize Ourselves”), Grade 4 students will explore elements of Visual Arts digitally (in collaboration with ICT) to deepen their understanding of two key concepts – Function and Connection. 53 more words

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K3 School Community Inquiry

In our first unit of inquiry, How We Organize Ourselves”, K3 students of TKK PENABUR Banda have been learning about school with the specific central idea,” The school community has a role in making the system work for us”. 280 more words

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