Professional Work Ethic: Students conduct themselves in professional and respectable manner through active learning, listening and cooperation. Students demonstrate organization skills through time and task management and arrive to class and school on time equipped with necessary materials.
Collaboration: Students will demonstrate cooperation, leadership, and the ability to compromise. Students are evaluated based on their team cooperation and the development of these skills.
Written Communication: Students recognize and employ the appropriate writing style based upon academic content and audience. This grade reflects the student's ability to adapt to the conventions of various writing genres, as well as demonstrating proficiency in basic writing mechanics such as spelling, grammar, and organization.
Oral Communication: This grade reflects students’ ability to present in front of both small and large groups. Key skills include voice projection, pace, composure, eye contact, professional language and vocabulary, and creativity. Students will be active listeners for peer, faculty, special presentations.
More information is available in the 2012-2013 Curriculum Guide