Student Learning Objectives (SLO)
SLOs are context-specific SMART goals that target the growth of a specific student population based on their needs on specific content and/or academic skills. SLOs are selected, created, and driven by data collected from various baseline and historical data sources.
Note that all examples are not meant to be perfect exemplars and do not represent samples that reflect any particular score. The self-score and holistic SLO score are largely determined by the processes used throughout the interval of the SLO.
Social Studies Specific Examples of SLOs
Wisconsin teacher examples:
Rubrics from National Social Studies Sources
AACU Ethical Reasoning VALUE Rubric
ARCH Historical Thinking Skills Rubric - Elementary