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Indicator 3.1 Curriculum (ARTIFACTS)






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  • Staff can articulate student learning expectations
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  • Staff can articulate the use of standards-based lesson plans.
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  • Students affirm their knowledge of what is expected of them
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  • Staff can articulate curriculum sequencing
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3.1 Develops, articulates, and coordinates curriculum based on clearly- defined expectations for student learning, including essential knowledge and skills:
Operational
3.1 a - The school has collaboratively developed and implemented a coherent, rigorous curriculum derived from research based standards/expectations in all four core subject areas (English Language Arts, mathematics, science, social studies) that provides opportunities for all students to acquire requisite knowledge, skills, and attitudes.

3.1 b - The school has created documents in multiple formats that illustrate the alignment of the curriculum with required standards/expectations in core subject areas (English Language Arts, mathematics, science, social studies).

3.1 c - Curriculum is evaluated and revised when required standards/expectations are modified with the participation of staff members and stakeholders. The chief criterion for evaluating effectiveness is student achievement.

3.1 d - Teachers conduct high quality formative assessments during the course of a lesson or unit to provide themselves and their students with concrete information on how to guide learning and improve individual student performance.
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