The learner profile of this month is “reflective.” To be reflective is to thoughtfully consider the world and our own ideas and experiences. We work to understand our strengths and weaknesses in order to learn and grow. At school, we encourage students to reflect on their learning, to identify their hopes and dreams and how they will achieve them, and to consider what they do well and areas where they can grow stronger. At home, you can help your child develop the characteristic of being reflective by asking the following type of questions: What did you like about it? What went well? What would you change? What strategies could you use to improve? Our motto this month is: “I think about my ideas and try to make them better.” To learn more about being reflective, click here.