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Public explanation of Credit for Proficiency Model aimed for High School Freshman Parents.

Public explanation of Credit for Proficiency Model aimed for High School Freshman Parents.

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    • CREDIT FOR PROFICIENCY AT T.D.W.H.S
      Presentation to Parents about Basic CFP Principles and Techniques
    • learning
      Focus on what is learnt
      Specific Learning Targets (Proficiencies) are defined clearly for students
      Student studies are all focused on the Learning Targets
      Evidence of learning continuously sought by teachers
      Emphasis on the importance of learning for life and future survival
    • Standards
      All learning is linked to Standards –State, National or International
      Every subject is broken down into multiple Standards
      Learning Targets derive from each Standard
      Assessments evaluate that students have acquired the learning implied by the Standards
    • Assessments
      Students can only earn credits by being proficient in Assessments
      Assessments may be taken multiple times
      Students are expected to retake Assessments that are not Proficient
      Assessments are all formative
      Some Assessments are summative as well
    • GRADING
      To earn credit, students must earn A, B, or C grades
      Non credit work earns an ‘I’
      An ‘A’ grade identifies Mastery
      A ‘C’ grade denotes Proficiency
      ‘I’ stands for both ‘Incomplete’ and ‘In Progress’
      An ‘I’ grade can, and should, change to a Proficiency Grade
    • HOMEWORK AND CLASSROOM ASSIGNMENTS
      Usually these activities are not scored
      Are vital for practice
      Must be completed by students
      Should be reviewed by teachers to provide formative information for Teacher and Student
    • T. eacher a. ccesst. ime
      TAT is time each day teachers are available for students to relearn material, retake assessments and make-up for missed class time.
      TAT is time each day where teachers are required to support student learning through extra tutoring and support of students’ learning
      Students are expected to access TAT when they need academic support from teachers
      Students may be assigned to TAT by school staff for academic support purposes, in which case the student must be there
    • credit
      T.D.W.H.S. only issues credit for a mark of 70% or more
      Students need 26 credits to graduate with a regular North Wasco County School District Diploma
      The 26 regular Diploma Credits must include at least:
      4 English
      3 Math
      3 Science
      1 Health
      1 PE
      3.5 Social Studies
    • The Future of our school is …
      Essential Skills focused
      Common Core Standards
      Technology integration
      50/50 teacherized and computerized
      Kahn Academy, on-line learning,
      Focused on integrating with our community, and preparing for the world of our children’s future.