Teachers communicate consistently high expectations and use common standards for student learning in Arts & Humanities.
a.) Exemplar/models are used to encourage students to demonstrate characteristics of rigorous work in the appropriate art form in most instructional lessons/units.
b.) Teachers share clearly defined rubrics or scoring guides with students before creating, performing, or responding assignments or assessments appropriate to the age and grade level and students have the opportunity to provide input into the scoring guide.
c.) Teachers develop rigorous student learning and academic growth through student learning objectives and refined SMART (specific, measurable, appropriate, realistic and time bound) goals that are rigorous, attainable and reflect acceptable growth during the course or school year.