Concepts/Big ideas

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Aesthetic Abilities Abundance or scarcity Action Adaptation Adulthood Affective see feelings Aging or maturity Aims & Goals Alienation Attitudes Appearance & reality Authenticity Authority Autobiography Autonomy Awareness Balance Beauty Behavior Being & becoming Beliefs

Brain (left/right) Caring Certainty Challenge Change or continuity Character Childhood Cooperative learning Commitment Communication Communities Compassion and empathy Conceptual development Conflict resolution Conformity Connections Conscience Consciousness expansion Consultation Contemplation Control Cooperation

Correlation Courage Creative thinking Creativity Crisis Critical thinking Criticality Culture Curriculum Cycles Decision-making Defense or protection Democracy Detachment Development Dialectical Discipline Discovery Discrimination Diversity Doing Dichotomies

Discovery Ecology Education Educational environment Emotions Empathy Energy Engagement Equilibrium Essence
Ethics Ethos Existence Existential/ism Experience Experimentation Evolution Exploration Faith

Free will Freedom Friendship Global development Goodness Groups Team work Growth Habit Harmony Holism
Honor Human being Humanity Human Rights Ideals Imagination Independence Individualism Indoctrination Intuition Information

Initiation Interactions Interdependence Inferiority
Insight Integrity
Insight Instinct Intelligence Invention Judgment Justice Justification Language Learning versus teaching
Liberty Literature Love Loyalty Management

Materialism Migration Meaning Meditation Memory Metaphor Methodology Mind Mood Morals Mysteries Narrative Nature Needs Negotiating learning Non-reflective learning Norms Objectives Objectivity Openness Order Paradigm

Paradox Participation Patterns Perception Personal history Perspective Philosophy Philosophy Physical self Planning
Play Poetry Politics Positivism Potential Power & empowerment Principles Problem-solving or setting Production or consumption Proof Questioning Rationality

Reality Reductionism Reflection Reflective learning Rejection Relationships Relativity Religion Repetition Rhythm Science Self Self-esteem Self-image Self-knowledge Sensitivity Service to others Socialization Society Soul Spirituality State

Storytelling Subjectivity Survival Symbol Systems
Tacit knowledge Teacher Education Teaching & Learning Technology Time
Tradition Training Transformation Truth Tyranny Understanding Utilitarian Validity Values Vision Volition Wealth Wholeness Will
Gender Work