Learning Goals

Learning Goals

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Our Learning Goals

Learning goals express the most important educational objectives of our school. Collectively they unify and focus our K-6 curriculum while also providing a portrait of what our graduates will acquire from their Campus School experience. These are broad and overarching outcomes; specific knowledge, skills, and understandings are articulated in grade level and subject goals.

Collaboration

Students contribute and add value to shared learning experiences.

Communication

Students effectively convey their ideas and understandings in multiple formats.

Creative expression

Students gain facility with the creative process and confidence in self-expression.

Creative thinking

Students generate original and imaginative ideas that have purpose and value.

Critical thinking

Students use inquiry, analysis, and evaluation to come to insightful understandings.

Curiosity

Students actively engage in exploration and discovery.

Empathy

Students gain insight into the experiences and perspectives of others, leading to actions that are informed and compassionate.

Independence

Students take responsibility for and are increasingly self-directed in their own learning.

Metacognition

Students reflect on and improve their understanding of their own thinking and how they learn.

Open mindedness

Students welcome and productively contribute to the exchange of ideas, opinions, and perspectives.

Resilience

Students develop the flexibility, courage, and resourcefulness necessary to face challenges, solve problems, and cultivate their abilities.    

Self-knowledge

Students increasingly understand how their thoughts and feelings influence their actions.

Transfer

Students apply information, understandings, and skills to new learning and experiences.