Self Assessment Meta Cognition & Cognitive Self-Regulation Meta cognition includes both knowledge of one’s knowledge, processes, cognitive and affective states, and the ability to consciously and deliberately monitor and regulate one’s knowledge, process, and cognitive and affective states. Emotional Self Regulation This area refers both to the ability to respond to the environment with the range of emotions in a manner that is socially tolerable and sufficiently flexible and to the ability to sustain the students’ motivation towards learning. Build On Individual Differences Creating an educational environment, in which each pupil is able to express his/her individuality, by representing things in a number of different ways. Providing an integrated and coherent learning system, which is decontextualized and flexible and also with regard to what is known as “transfer”, i.e. the application and transfer of knowledge. Generate a Creative Learning Environment Defined both as a product (i.e. something new, or something never used in a certain way before) or a process (a divergent way to approach a problem), creativity mainly refers to the ability to make connections between information or elements of the environment in a novel way, and to bring all pieces together, by giving birth to something innovative. It is also described as a complex behavior in which the individual utilizes mental abilities in a special way to generate new products or solutions, and links it to curiosity and perseverance.