Updated ATL Toolkit: Now Colour Coded
A while ago I posted a link in my blog to my ATL Toolkit. This is a big spreadsheet with with all the ATLs laid out with their different indicators. For each indicator I put different resources linked to this - for example, under 'Research - Information Literacy Skills "Create references and citations, use footnotes/endnotes and construct a bibliography according to recognized conventions"' I have the following links posted:
and here is a screenshot of part of the Social Skills page
I'm going to make it a personal learning goal to keep adding more resources to this, as I know I haven't added many for a while. Please send me links to any resources you think should be added to the ATL toolkit.
21/4/2019 02:47:06 pm
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
21/4/2019 03:01:57 pm
Pyp myp ideas sharing
21/4/2019 06:28:19 pm
Wow! Just Wow! This is pure gold! Thank you so much!
21/4/2019 07:56:04 pm
22/4/2019 03:11:06 pm
Very interesting toolkit.
24/4/2019 06:22:30 am
Hi. Thank you for sharing the toolkit and your reflection!
25/4/2019 12:22:17 pm
thank you for sharing. GBU :)
21/7/2019 04:48:30 pm
Thank you so much for sharing this resource.
9/4/2020 03:57:24 pm
Thank you for sharing!
25/2/2021 03:41:37 am
As an ATL Co. your resources have been invaluable. Thank you so much for putting this together.
15/4/2021 09:56:03 am
This is really helpful. I am new to PYP and am trying to get a handle on many aspects of it, but also how to use it well. This is an excellent and much appreciated resource.
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