At the core of the Education Competencies are six qualities that individuals need in order to help school districts succeed in the 21st century. These qualities, or success factors, are:
Individual excellence: Ability to achieve results by working effectively with others in various circumstances.
Organizational skills: Ability to communicate by various means within different organizational settings.
Courage: Ability to speak directly, honestly, and with respect in difficult situations.
Results: An emphasis on goal-oriented action.
Strategic skills: An array of skills used to accomplish focused, longer-term goals.
Operating skills: An array of skills used for daily management of tasks and relationships.
These competencies—originally selected and defined for educators and administrators—can help high school students understand the competencies related to student success
Decision quality and problem solving: Uses analysis, wisdom, experience, and logical methods to make good decisions and solve difficult problems with effective solutions; appropriately incorporates multiple inputs to establish shared ownership and effective action.
Intellectual acumen: Is intelligent and capable; deals with concepts and complexity comfortably; is good at learning and deciphering new knowledge; able to assimilate new skills independently.
Listening: Practices attentive and active listening; has the patience to hear people out; can accurately restate the opinions of others even when he or she disagrees.
Organizing: Can marshal resources (people, funding, material, support) to get things done; can orchestrate multiple activities at once to accomplish a goal; uses resources effectively and efficiently; arranges information and files in a useful manner.
Personal learning and development: Is personally committed to and actively works to continuously improve himself or herself; recognizes the need to change personal, interpersonal, and managerial behavior; actively seeks feedback.
Planning: Accurately determines the length and difficulty of tasks and projects; sets clear, realistic, and measurable goals; sets priorities and time parameters to accomplish tasks and projects; anticipates roadblocks and develops contingencies to redirect tasks so momentum is not lost.
Presentation skills: Is effective in a variety of formal and informal presentation settings; commands attention and manages group process during the presentation; is cognizant of audience response and able to adapt content and style accordingly.
Priority setting: Spends his or her time and the time of others on what is important; focuses on the critical few and puts the trivial many aside; can quickly sense what will help or hinder accomplishing a goal.
Time management: Uses his or her time effectively and efficiently; concentrates his or her efforts on the most important priorities; adeptly handles several tasks at once.
Written communications: Is able to write clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings and styles; can get messages across that instigate appropriate actions.
Back to myself, I did have a few inspiring conversation recently. All in all, what construct a successful man is his\her quality, morality and mental strength.We made a concept of ourself by our own. That is the most wonderful part of life. If we do all the thing in a correct way, our outcome is more or less guaranteed. Success can be copied. It is like a recipe of a famous chief. Copying everything cannot make you a really as famous and successful as he\she does, but sure we can cook delicious meal with the recipe.
The point I am going to focus on this week will be
#1 individual excellent.
The habits I am trying to form in recent 3 week should be
Preview lecture notes
Finish home work two days before the deadline.
1 hour interest reading everyday.
Pray before meals.
Good night My blogger.
See you next time soon.