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School Wide Learning Goals

John Marshall High School School-Wide Learner Outcomes

Graduates from Marshall High School will use 21st Century skills demonstrated by the ability to:

  1. Think critically and solve problems. Students will:
    • Evaluate evidence, compare challenging claims, and make decisions
    • Create connections between information and arguments
    • Interpret information and draw conclusions based on analysis
    • Reflect on learning experiences and processes
  2. Communicate effectively. Students will:
    • Articulate thoughts and ideas in a variety of forms and contexts
    • Listen to interpret meaning in various contexts
    • Inform, instruct, motivate, and persuade in a variety of contexts
    • Employ multiple media and technologies
  3. Collaborate effectively. Students will:
    • Work together to solve unfamiliar problems in conventional and innovative ways
    • Work effectively and respectfully with diverse teams
    • Demonstrate flexibility and willingness to accomplish a common goal
  4. Create and innovate. Students will:
    • Use a wide range of idea creation techniques
    • Elaborate, refine, analyze, and evaluate original ideas to improve creative efforts
    • Be open and responsive to new and diverse perspectives
    • Use a variety of technologies to identify and solve problems by creating new, useful, or imaginative solutions
    • Appreciate the arts
  5. Contribute as active citizens. Students will:
    • Accept and value cultural diversity
    • Respect themselves, other people, and property
    • Participate in their communities
    • Practice environmental sustainability
  6. Live a balanced lifestyle. Students will:
    • Balance sleep, play, digital connectedness and work/study
    • Understand how to use coping strategies