Demonstrator 2. Expectations for Student Learning
Teachers should use a variety of assessments to formatively and summatively monitor student progress toward standards.
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a) The PL/CS curriculum maintains high expectations for all students to demonstrate individual progress and achievement.
b) Middle and high school students are required to successfully pass one health education course which covers all dimensions of health and wellness.
c) Students can demonstrate the knowledge and skills addressed in a majority of the local, state, and national PLL/CS standards.
d) Students are active for 50-74% of the physical education lesson time.
e) All students participate daily in physical education and/or physical activity.
f) Middle and high school students are required to successfully pass one physical education course.
g) To create clear expectations for quality performance, the teacher develops scoring guides and/or rubrics t share wit students.
h) The teacher provides a model and guides students to apply rubrics to assess overall performance.
i) Teacher provides consistent and timely feedback to student and parents on student's performance (e.g., grades, weekly, monthly and mid-term reports).