Learning Outcomes

Weidner School of Inquiry learners will be evaluated on course content as well as the following learning outcomes across the School of Inquiry curriculum. Learning will be measured and reported via Echo, New Tech Network’s learning management system (LMS) designed to support project-based learning (PBL). 

Knowledge & Thinking
The ability to reason, problem-solve, make decisions, develop sound arguments, and create new ideas by using appropriate sources and applying the knowledge and skills of a discipline.

The ability to demonstrate effective communication, empathy, responsibility, initiative, and leadership in order to be a productive member of diverse teams.

Oral Communication
The ability to make meaning from verbal messages and effectively communicate content knowledge and thinking through oral interactions and presentations.

Written Communication
The ability to effectively communicate content knowledge and thinking in a written format using discipline appropriate organizational patterns and conventions.

The ability to reflect on the development of a growth mindset and purpose for learning as well as demonstrate self-monitoring, learning strategies, study habits, and active participation.

Current Weighted Grade