- Do they manage disappointments well?
- Do they keep their emotions in check?
- Are they determined not to give in too easily?
- Are they tenacious when things get difficult?
- Do they make deductions from a range of sources?
- Do they get on with a task without anyone reminding them what to do?
- Do they keep focused on a task and avoid distractions?
- Can they decide when they need ‘time-out’ to manage emotions?
- Do they enjoy challenges, especially open-ended ones?
- Can they persuade others to accept a proposal even though others may not initially agree with the suggestion?
- Will they ask questions to check their understanding?
- Can they draw inferences and make deductions?
- Can they give alternative solutions or explanations?
- Do they refer to more than one piece of evidence to support their learning?
- Do they follow up a question to gain clarification?
- Do they prioritise the most important things that need doing first?
- Are they a good organiser of their time?
- Do they cope well when there are changes to normal routines?
- Do they welcome opportunities to take on added responsibility for a range of things?
- Can they classify information and check it for accuracy?
- Do they value feedback that will help them improve their learning?
- Do they review their learning and ponder what will help them to be more effective learners?
- Do they recognise when a piece of work has been completed to its best?
- Do they make lists when it is helpful to do so?
- Can they sort information and decide which is useful?
- Are they aware that their suggestions can help others?
- Can they take on a specific allocated role in a group?
- Do they respect and tolerate the values of others within a joint activity?
- Do they communicate their capability as a team member so as to convince others of a point of view?
- Do they understand that others may have an opinion that is different to theirs?