Academic

 

ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT

Standard A:

Students will acquire the attitudes, awareness, knowledge and skills that contribute to effective

learning in schools and across life span.

Students will: K-3

4-6

7-8

9-12

STUDY SKILLS

Time Management

Complete school tasks/routines in time allotted.

Follow routines, including having the flexibility to adjust to changes in routines.

-Constructed response (checklists, rubrics)

-Performance-based

(observations)

Formative/Summative

Organization

Maintain organization in lockers, desks, folders, and backpacks.

-Constructed response (checklists)

-Performance-based (observations)

Formative/Summative

STUDY SKILLS

Time Management

Utilize time management when completing individual and group tasks with varying levels of independence.

Develop a plan to organize and complete assignments both in and out of school in time allotted.

-Constructed response (checklists, rubrics, novel book clubs with written response)

-Extended response (reports both in and out of school)

-Performance-based (observations)

Formative

Organization

Maintain and utilize planner for homework and daily events. Organize supplies and locker. Anticipate and plan for special activities before, during, and after school.

-Performance-based (planner, locker checks, report cards comments, observations)

-Constructed response (checklists)

Formative

STUDY SKILLS

Time Management

Apply a time management system for meeting classwork and homework deadlines.

Manage competing priorities and explain/demonstrate how these decisions are academically responsible.

-Constructed response (short answer)

-Performance-based (rubric-checklists, planner checks, report card comments)

Formative/Summative

Organization

Apply an effective, individualized organization system, to assist in meeting academic demands.

-Performance-based (planner check with constructed response, report cards comments)

Formative/Summative

STUDY SKILLS

Time Management

Independently create and apply a time management system, analyze effectiveness, and make appropriate adjustments.

Evaluate and weigh the consequences of competing priorities and implement an effective plan of action that demonstrates academic responsibility.

-Constructed response (written/verbal short-answer)

-Performance-based (observations, report card comments)

Formative

Organization

Independently implement and assess an organization system to meet academic demands.

-Constructed response (oral discussion)

-Performance-based (observations, report cards comments)

Formative

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