Questions about RSU 18's Customized Learning System
The implementation of a school structure that makes it possible to meet the individual and personal needs of learners every hour of every day. Every learner, every day, comes to school and is met at his/her speific learning level, is challenged, is successful, and looks forward to returning to school tomorrow.
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In the drop down menu select the content you are interested in and you will see the scope of all the measurement topics in that content area.
Measurement topics represent the organizing or clustering of performance indicators/benchmarks within a standard. The measurement topics become the basis for identifying the
(a) scope or progression of the topic and
(b) scoring scales or proficiency levels for the topic.
A learning target/goal is a statement of what learners will know, understand, or be skilled at.
A scope of learning targets is the articulation of the breadth and depth of a specific Measurement Topic.
Unpacking is a process that makes the standard or learning target/goal useful by clarifying what is expected for learning through articulating the learning target in measurable language that defines proficiency. The process involves combining redundant statements and deleting content that is not essential or amenable to classroom assessment.
A capacity matrix is a tool used by learners to describe, document and track progress towards a learning target/goal.
A standard is a State or Federal expectation of learning for all learners.