September 24, 2018

Curriculum

The Hartford School District uses Proficiency Based Learning to ensure a quality education for all students. To prepare students for success in college, career and the 21st century, we need to ensure they master not only the basics, but relevant skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, and collaboration. In order to achieve our ENDS Policies, the district has identified Proficiency Based Learning Outcomes which include both Transferable Skills and Content Proficiency Based Outcomes (PBLOs). These reflect the most foundational core ideas, concepts or strands represented in the National Standards for each content area.Learn more about the Hartford School District curriculum.

ENDS Policies


Academic Excellence: Students will read, communicate, solve problems, collaborate, think critically and innovate across settings and contexts. (Learn more)

Citizenship: Students will demonstrate an understanding of their role in society and participate in their community in a positive manner. (Learn more)

Global Awareness: Students will demonstrate an understanding of how global factors influence and connect to their local communities and communities around the world. (Learn more)

Health and Well Being: Students will demonstrate the importance of maintaining physical, social, and emotional well being. (Learn more)

Life Skills: Students will demonstrate qualities essential for personal success in and out of school. (Learn more)

Technology and Information Skills: Students will use technology to communicate and collaborate across settings and apply digital citizenship skills. (Learn more)

 

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