District-wide we have seen a lot of excellent work as our math, science, English, and social studies teachers engage in phase two of our prioritized learning process, which is building proficiency scales. As PLCs/course-alike teams fine-tune their scales quite a few groups have requested feedback. In response to these requests, our Secondary Curriculum and Instruction Team has created list of clarifying statements and a set of guiding questions that teams can use as they construct and finalize their proficiency scales. You can see these below:
First, ensure that you have a clear understanding of Proficiency Scales:
Then, consider these questions as you draft and finalize each Proficiency Scale:
All documents required to successfully complete phase two of the of our prioritized learning process are available here (these include the lists of identified prioritized learnings, the distribution of work, and the template). Also, a one page, printable version of the list of clarifying statements and a set of guiding questions is linked below.
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