Diploma - Personalized Learning Requirements
Personalized Learning Requirements
In designing the Oregon Diploma, the State Board of Education remains committed to preparing each student for successful transitions to his or her next steps. Personalized learning, learning beyond the classroom and connections to the adult world are critical for preparing each student, whatever path they take after graduation, for the vast challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
The following requirements personalize the diploma for each student and help students plan for their post-high school education and career goals:
Education Plan and Profile
Students develop a plan and profile to guide their learning and document progress toward their personal, career, and post-high school goals.
Career-Related Learning Experiences
Students participate in experiences that connect classroom learning with real life experiences in the workplace, community, and/or school relevant to their education plan.
Students apply and extend their knowledge in new and complex situations related to the student’s personal and/or career interests and post-high school goals through critical thinking, problem solving, or inquiry in real world contexts.
*Career-Related Learning Standards
Students demonstrate knowledge and skills in personal management, problem solving, communication, teamwork, employment foundations and career development.
(*CRLS will merge with the Essential Skills beginning in 2012)
CRLS - Essential Skills Merger
09/08/2008 (54.48 KB)
Based on recommendations by the Essential Skills Task Force the Career-Related Learning Standards (CRLS) and Essential Skills were merged into one set of skills. This document provides an analysis of the overlap between the CRLS and Essential Skills.
Changing Systems to Personalize Learning: Introduction to Personalized Learning Workshops
Connecting Schools, Families and Communities for Youth Success
This publication by Education Northwest, Partnerships by Design: Cultivating Effective and Meaningful School-Family-Community Partnerships, was written as a complement to the resource and training manual, Planning for Youth Success (Dorfman, et al, 2001), which outlines how family and community members can work with school staff and students to set standards for youth success that are unique to the community and create a project around a shared goal.
Business/Community & School Partnerships Toolkit
This toolkit was created to assist businesses, community groups and schools develop meaningful and beneficial partnerships in an effort to fulfill the Oregon Diploma requirements.
Diploma - Questions & Answers
Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling
Each school district in Oregon is expected to have a comprehensive guidance and counseling program (CGC) in place to support students' transitions throughout school, achievement of the diploma requirements, and preparation for post-high school next steps. Comprehensive guidance and counseling programs promote successful transitions by providing opportunities for each student to acquire and master critical academic, career, personal/social, and community involvement skills.
Teaching & Learning Team - Ed. Specialist, Social Sciences Curriculum and Advanced Placement Incentive Prog
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