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Model/Classroom Expectations


This is an observation rubric developed by Personalized Learning Preparatory at Sam Houston (Dallas ISD). The rubric focuses on four components of personalized learning: learner profiles, goal setting, data tracking, and data binders/student showcases. There are several ways the school enacts each of these components, and this document includes an observation rubric with “will see, could see, never see” expectations for each component.

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