If you are new to Evidence-Based Reporting, below you’ll find a list of common terms and what they mean as well as a few diagrams to help show the relationship among the terms.
Standard- A certain level of learning we would like students to attain (per grade level). One of the Big Ideas of a class. Students need to pass all standards to pass the class.
Skill- Subsets of standards showing more specifically what will be assessed. Not all standards will be broken down into substandards.
Target- The level of proficiency we expect students to attain for each skill. Students must demonstrate their knowledge and/or ability.
Scaled Target or Proficiency Scale- The band of 4,3,2,1 statements for a target. Level 3 is considered proficient, and getting all students to be proficient is our goal.
Success Criteria- Supporting skills and knowledge needed to get students on the target scale. This language will be modified the most throughout a course depending on unit and/or content.
Course Description- A document for each course that contains all standards and learning targets as well as other information about content, policies, and necessary materials.
EBR Rubric- A document that shows a scaled target and the relevant success criteria for getting on the scale. Teachers may hand these out at the beginning of units or for specific assignments.
Adapted from myebrexperience.com