Evidence of Learning

So, what does "Evidence of Learning" mean?  In class you have grades, in school you have overall goals, both of which are used to evaluate students in different ways.  The Evidence of Learning (sometimes called soft skills, 21st Century skills, etc) categories are skills, abilities and qualities that transcend high school and carry over into college, the military, the job market or many other parts of post high school life.  These are skill and qualities that give better evidence of overall learning and quality of character than a simple report card or SAT test.

These Evidences of Learning align nicely with the Somerville High School standards.  This alignment is addressed under each Evidence, or you can look at a comparison table for an overall view.

The Evidences of Learning are just another way of cataloging the skills, abilities and qualities that makes a student unique and desirable as part of a college military community, workforce and in general a valuable part of society.

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here is Joe's comparison chart to help decide what to call the headings under evidence of learning.  These will not be here in the final product, but are just here as reference to pull ideas from.

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