D2L Minds Online
Assessment Component Main Page
1.1 Assessment Planning
1.2 Assessment for Learning
1.3 Learning Goals and Success Criteria
1.4 Descriptive Feedback
1.5 Assessment as Learning
1.6 Assessment of Learning
Leadership Component Main Page
2.1 Instructional Leadership
2.2 Professional Practice
2.3 Flexible Structures
2.4 Professional Inquiry
2.5 Student Well-being
Student Engagement Component Main Page
Student Engagement Criteria
3.1 Inclusive Environment
3.2 Partners in School Improvement
3.3 Student Voice
Curriculum Component Main Page
4.1 Culture of High Expectations
4.2 Literacy and Numeracy
4.3 Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
4.4 Student Inquiry
4.5 Differentiated Instruction
4.6 Relevant Resources
4.7 Tiered Interventions
Pathways Component Main Page
5.1 Education and Career Planning
5.2 Experiential Learning
5.3 Varied Programs and Pathways
5.4 Extended Opportunities
Partnerships Component Main Page
6.1 School Councils
6.2 Valued Partners
6.3 Community Partnerships
6.4 Parental Support
Indicator 6.2 : Valued Partners
Students, parents and community members are engaged and welcomed, as respected and valued partners in student learning.
At the school:
- Various strategies are used to communicate and engage parents (e.g., informal discussions, school and/or class newsletters, websites, student agendas, surveys).
- Communication with parents is ongoing and timely.
- An ongoing assessment of parent and community engagement is conducted.
- A positive, welcoming school climate is fostered to encourage, value and consider parent and community perspectives.
- A process is in place to welcome and support new families to the school community.
- The cultural and linguistic diversity of the school and community is recognized and respected.
- A range of opportunities for parent, family and community involvement/engagement is available (e.g., hours conducive to attendance).
In the classroom:
- The classroom environment is inviting for and respectful of students, parents and community members.
- Parents and community members are invited to contribute in various activities and learning opportunities (e.g., reading mentors, math coaches, employers, story tellers).
- See themselves as valued members of the school community and take pride in representing their school.
- Identify how their culture is reflected in the learning opportunities in the classroom and school.
- Interact positively with peers, parents and community members.
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