This essay focuses on social and economic conditions. keeping in mind that the seven cross-domain aptitudes can become goals in any content area.
You can use the Talent Goal Frames to create a talent-targeted teaching and learning goal for curiosity (see Figure 4.0). Typically, begin in the center cell of the frame, filling in your required content standards and specific objectives. Next, select the talent aptitude you want to target—in this instance, curiosity— keeping in mind that the seven cross-domain aptitudes can become goals in any content area. You can keep track of the aptitudes you have targeted using the Talent Aptitude Unit Planners (available in the online appendix at www. resources.corwin.com/DevelopTalent). If your lesson module is already part of a problem-based study such as Healthy Community by Design, you will have an authentic context for the talent goal and performance
If not, the next step is to consider authentic applications of the content knowledge and skills. Keep in mind that, in practice, the talent goal planning process is not always linear. Depending on your existing curriculum parameters, you might begin with any cell in the frame. Sample Curiosity Talent-Targeted Goal The curiosity Talent Goal Frame develops a goal from the STEM study, Healthy Community by Design. The corresponding student-directed goal explicitly defines curious behaviors and supports self-efficacy (see Table 4.2).
exist solely based on the quality of its healthcare system, but rather based on a range of social and economic resources needed for the health and well-being of its residents in all aspects of their lives. For this reason, PHC wants to make sure we focus. It is on the broad determinants of health, as well as, encouraging our partners to do the same. To understand our partnerships and goals is to understand what kind of community we want to create. This can be further
of a healthy community;