Student Learning Objectives (SLO) - 014136
This training will prepare administrators to guide the implementation of the SLO (Student Learning Objective) process in their districts. SLOs are long-term goals for student learning crafted by teachers and administrators. Often working in teams with peer, school, and district support, teachers develop these goals to help define what success looks like for their students and plan backwards to ensure that instruction is purposefully guiding schools, teachers, and students toward a common vision of success.

Audiences Assistant Principals, Central Office Administrators, Principals, Teacher - General Education, Teacher Supervisors


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