Active Student Citizenship

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Instructional Vision



Active Student Citizenship


Our democracy and the demands of being a contributing family member or employee call upon individuals to take an active, participatory role.  The fifth domain of the instructional vision and direction is to actively develop skills within students to demonstrate active student citizenship.  This applies both to electronic and digital settings, and to the physical, material communities of District schools and employment settings.  When articulated, the components comprising the active student citizenship domain include the following:

  • Communicating and developing shared expectations for students surrounding digital citizenship
  • Drawing upon students to lead pro-social examples of positive citizenship
  • Involving students in their own learning plans and helping students to be aware of their academic progress toward the critical learning standards
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Other pages in the Instructional Vision section of the Annual Report

College and Career Readiness     Critical Learning Standards     Global Competitive Skills     Non-Stop Learning    Community and Collaboration     Active Student Citizenship     Professional Development


Annual Report 2013-2014 Table of Contents

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