CHOICE IN LEARNING Indicators

CSISD will…provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.
 
 
 
 
Background:  Part of providing a relevant and engaging curriculum is providing students choice in their learning. At the high school level the district is actively increasing the types of instructional arrangements for various classes.  In order to meet the diverse needs of our students and provide choice, more classes are offered in a non-traditional style: Problem-based learning (PBL), Flipped Instruction, online Instruction, or a blended model.

 

Exemplary

(3 Points)

Recognized

(2 Points)

Acceptable

(1 Point)

Unacceptable

(0 Points)

Notes

Average number of days per week that students in grades PreK-8 receive workshop method instruction in Reading/ELA

5 days per week


CSMS

Cypress Grove

College Hills

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

SW Valley

Spring Creek

4 days per week


CSISD

Greens Prairie

South Knoll

3 days per week


AMCMS

Oakwood

South Knoll

2 days or less per week

PreK-8 Campuses Only

Average number of days per week that students in grades PreK-8 receive workshop method instruction in Mathematics

5 days per week


 

College Hills

SW Valley

Spring Creek

4 days per week


 

Creek View

Forest Ridge

Pebble Creek

Rock Prairie

3 days per week


 

CSISD

AMCMS

CSMS

Oakwood

Greens Prairie

2 days or less per week

 

Cypress Grove

PreK-8 Campuses Only

Number of high school students registering for one or more non-traditional (PBL, Flipped, Online) classes in grades 9-12.

10% Increase


 

CSHS

5% Increase



CSISD

Less than 5% increase in number of students


AMCHS

Decline in number of students

High School Campuses Only

 
  • Continue providing professional development and coaching on implementation of the workshop model for instructional design.
  • Encourage student choice in learning at all levels by modeling what this looks like for adult learners and coaching teachers to embed choice into the classroom.
  • Examine non-traditional delivery models (PBL, Flipped, Online) and gain student feedback to guide future course options.
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