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What is the purpose Academic Achievement?
To assess the needs of higher level learners and provide them with opportunities for challenges in the form of 21st Century learning styles.
To develop a holistic approach to project-based learning by incorporating depth of knowledge (DOK) strategies found with in the framework of Bloom's Taxonomy: Thinking (cognitive), Feeling (affective), and Doing (psychomotor).
Who Qualifies for Academic Achievement?
In order for students to enroll in Academic Achievement they must be in grades 3-6 and meet minimum requirements on standardized testing from three different data points. The data points for the 2016-17 school year include the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA's), FastBridge Learning (FAST), and the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT).
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