Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

  1. Every student will be an academically competent, inspired, lifelong learner.

Each student may demonstrate this by:

  • Displaying a solid foundation in core academic skills, study skills, and subject matter including the arts
  • Taking responsibility for one’s own learning and meeting one’s potential
  • Exhibiting skills and ethics in technology and information literacy
  • Applying strategies in asking questions and using critical thinking

Flexible Seating Promotes Autonomy

  1. Every student will be an effective problem solver academically and socially.

Each student may demonstrate this by:

  • Working well collaboratively and individually
  • Analyzing and evaluating information
  • Applying a variety of conventional and innovative problem solving strategies
  • Recognizing and appreciating differing solutions
  • Demonstrating resilience and flexibility when working toward a goal

Finding Your Voice at Brawerman East

  1. Every student will have a deep connection to and competence in Hebrew and Judaic studies.

Each student may demonstrate this by:

  • Developing a strong sense of Jewish identity
  • Displaying a solid foundation in Hebrew language, Torah study, prayer, ritual, traditions, and history of the Jewish People
  • Expressing a personal connection to the people and land of Israel

  1. Every student will be an effective oral and written communicator.

Each student may demonstrate this by:

  • Writing clearly and creatively in a variety of genres with mechanical accuracy
  • Analyzing and evaluating written material, oral information, and non-verbal cues
  • Listening critically with understanding and empathy
  • Speaking publicly with competence and confidence
  • Utilizing multiple technologies and media effectively in communication

  1. Every student will be a kind, respectful, ethical human being – a “mensch.”

Each student may demonstrate this by:

  • Treating others with respect
  • Showing kindness and assisting others without being asked
  • Being a productive member of the Jewish, secular and global community by embodying tikkun olam (repairing the world)
  • Being a team player and exhibiting good sportsmanship
  • Using technology and information ethically and compassionately