Student Involvement and Self-Assessment

Student Involvement and Self-Assessment

It is important for students to become reflective learners who are able to self-assess and set goals for themselves. Students learn at different rates and require multiple opportunities to practice skills, revise thinking, demonstrate their learning, and track their progress. These opportunities should be a part of the continued learning happening daily in class.

Students will engage in learning opportunities within class and/or out of class to receive additional instruction, practice and/or feedback to improve learning. Students will need to then demonstrate new learning. With this practice, there will be no need for extra credit. In order to complete a course, students are required to submit evidence of learning.

Students Own Their Progress

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Redos, Retakes, and Do-Overs