Green Energy Pathway Core Competencies
practicebasic classroom professionalism behaviors. (Arrive to class on time, bring materials, speak appropriately to peers and adults, bring daily materials for class) understandand identify the characteristics of a successful student by developing a student driven rubric ( ie: punctuality, respect, motivation, language, attendance, appropriate dress & grooming etc...) evaluateand modify their social media connections, especially dressappropriately while exhibiting proper communication and social skills during a class presentation and/or field trip.
assumeroles within a group based on their strengths and weaknesses. Learn to advocate for their role within a group. Eventually rotate to develop all their necessary skills for collaboration. takeinitiative and understand social cues within a group setting. Shows increased ability to take inmultiple perspectives and understand different points of view. workeffectively with a peer or small group to take steps towards set a common goal and the necessary steps towards achieving it. workeffectively in a diverse team to achieve a self-identified collective goal. Works effectively to manage, resolve and present an experimental investigation.
Complete daily life-line (homework tracker/project/reading log) for all core classes.
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Manage time effectively so that projects are completed and turned in on time.
usea Pendaflex® organization/check in forcore classes. Develop Login/use login to access school gradebook(ABI) beginto use a portfolio to evaluate and reflect on the process of learning and personal learning outcomes.
Submit a portfolio that contains at least: 1 written project or report/ resume/letter of recommendation/ thank you letter/brag sheet
learnthe basics of creating a presentation. applyinnovative ideas to a variety of projects as assessed according to the performance rubric identifyan issue in their environment and propose an innovative solution. ask“What if” questions to explore options to problem solving when developing their senior project
collectdata, find multiple ways to solve problems and use rubrics to assess work products.
Evaluate environmental solutions to generate policy recommendations.
prepareindividual and peer assessment and analysis of performance onindividual or team assignments managetime effectively so that projects are completed and turned in on time use accumulated informationto identify options thendevelop and implement a plan for post high school graduation
practicetechnical writing with procedural lab reports.
Plan and present to classroom peers.
Generate questions that lead to deeper understanding of the goals of the project.
planand present experimental results from energy audits and/or science fair projects to peers. Interview professionals with thoughtful reasoning that will help studentformulate college and career options. planand present building design to peers, parents, community in a team. Interview a community resource to assess and report on their contributions and roles in the green community. individuallyplan and present sustainability senior project to community. Be prepared to defend and/or persuade and audience. Be able to successfulcomplete a college and/or job interview. Prepare a “brag sheet”.