Bourke-Walgett School of Distance Education

Isolated Yet Educated

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Knowing who, what, where, when and how to call on a sources to enhance learning. 

Capitalising recognises the quality and strategic use of knowledge sources. 

Capitalising looks and sounds like:  

  • I knew where to go to find information. 
  • I used a variety of knowledge sources when learning, e.g. dictionary, person, internet. 
  • I knew who I could ask to help me.. 
  • I imagined a movie in my mind when reading a text. 
  • I built a story about what I was imagining. 
  • I asked myself or someone else an "I wonder" question. 
  • I imagined I was someone else to solve a problem. 
  • I visualised myself practicing a skill or doing something well.