In junior kindergarten, students begin to develop the habits of adaptive expertise. Junior kindergarten students learn to be strategic and metacognitive about their work when approaching a project and are then reflective about their work upon completion. Students work towards becoming self-governing in junior kindergarten by progressively becoming more independent when completing workshops. Free play time allows the children to develop their communication skills as they relate to others and learn more about themselves. We foster risk-taking in our students during whole group instruction and workshops by providing an environment where it is safe to take a chance.
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