Profile of a Graduate
The Profile of a Graduate Steering Committee was composed of 28 members, including representation from the Board of Education, parents, students, administrators, teachers, program coordinators and instructional coaches.
Through the work of the Steering Committee, the Profile of a Graduate Student Growth Capacities Matrix was developed with the belief that all Daniel Hand High School graduates will be able to:
- Think critically
- Think creatively
- Think globally
|Collaboration / Communication
Posing, pursuing, and refining significant questions to deepen understanding about a topic or issue.
Studying a problem, need or model (mentor text, political piece, documents, art work, etc.) to consider limitations and imagine new solutions/transformations.
Working respectfully and responsibly with others, exchanging and evaluating ideas to achieve a common objective.
Examining current performance critically to identify steps/strategies to persist.
Identify, analyze and contribute to critical issues in society in an ethical and responsible manner.
Examining information /data / evidence from multiple sources to identify possible underlying assumptions, patterns, and relationships in order to make inferences.
Engaging in a process to refine a product for an intended audience and purpose.
Effectively use a medium to communicate important information.
Make responsible decisions, based on potential outcomes.
Interprete or critique complementary and competing approaches, experiences, and worldviews in order to develop an empathetic perspective.
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