17-18 Designation Scoresheet
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1. Curriculum: Problem-Solving Rigorous Learning
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1a. Interdisciplinary Instruction Helps Students Make Interdisciplinary ConnectionsSchools can give themselves a score of 0-3 on each element. A score of 0 means an element is non-existent. A score of 1 indicates that element is in developemnt. A 2 means the element is existing within the school, and a 3 means the school is exemplary regarding that element.
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1b. Problem-Solving Learning
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1c. Student Cooperation
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1d. Connections to the Real-World and Current Events
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1e. Engineering Design Process
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1f. Standards and Core Course Sequence
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1g. Cognitively Demanding Work
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2. Leadership
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2a. Career Exposure
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2b. College and Career Readiness Skills
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2c. STEM Instructional Team Leaders Support Instruction
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2d. Staff Has Sense of School Ownership and Participates in Decision Making
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3. Assessment
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3a. Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) Process
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3b. Use of Assessment to Inform Instruction
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4. Professional Learning
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4a. Staff Engagement in Relevant Professional Learning Opportunities
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4b. Professional Development Resources
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4c. Staff Reflects On Their Work
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5. Teaching
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5a. Code of Behavior and Values
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5b. Teacher Differentiation of Instruction Based on Learning Needs
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5c. Staff Spreads Practices
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5d. Common Planning Time and Individual Planning Time are Incorporated into the Schedule
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6. Student Engagement and Equity
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6a. Support for Social and Emotional Needs of Students
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6b. Belief That All Students Can Learn
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6c. Student Participation in Decision-Making
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6d. Extracurricular Activities
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6e. Representative Population
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6f. Student Autonomy
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6g. Students Reflect on Their Learning
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7. Community
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7a. Family Involvement
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7b. Service Learning
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7c. School Establishes and Maintains Community Presence
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8. Facilities
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8a. Technology Use
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8b. Allocation for Physical Resources to Support STEM Learning for Students
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9. Strategic Alliances
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9a. Partners Support Instruction and Provide ResourcesThe total score a school assigns itself determine the designation level a school is applying for. A total score of 0-69 results in no STEM designation. 70-80 points indicates a Bronze level, 81-90 points is a Silver level, 91-99 points is a Gold level, and 100 points or more achieves a Platinum STEM Designation.
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9b. Partners Help Establish and Maintain Community Presence
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9c. Staff Establishes and Maintains Partnerships
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10. Advancement and Sustainability
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10a. Reflection on Strengths and Areas for Growth
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10b. Development of a Five-Year Plan
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