Participates in a *community of practice to share evidence of effectiveness and progress towards curricular goals, plan curricular revisions, and discuss meeting student needs.
Communicates Progress Towards Goals
Uses tools, such as samples of student work, success criteria, rubrics, performance analysis, evidence of performance, etc. to communicate student progress towards learning goals to students, colleagues, and parents.
Provides opportunities for students to: (a) analyze; (b) pose higher-order questions; (c) discuss problems from multiple perspectives; and (d) convey their ideas and/or solutions through product and/or process.
Facilitates Self-Directed Student Learning
Provides students with: (a) feedback; (b) appropriate goals and strategies; and (c) opportunities to reflect on learning.
Facilitates Student Inquiry and Research
Models for or instructs students on the use of basic inquiry and research strategies.
Fosters Student Communication and Expression
Provides opportunities for learner expression through speaking, writing, listening, and the use of other media that adhere to district policy and student *free-expression rights.
Practices analyzing student data to evaluate the effectiveness of instruction.
Engages in On-Going Reflective Practice
Reflects on practice, focusing on: (a) efforts to learn school and community culture; (b) use of strategies to promote mutual respect; (c) level of technology and media. communication usage (e.g. SAMR/TIMS); (d) effectiveness of classroom management; and (e) level of empathy towards meeting student needs.