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NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS&COLLEGES
COMMISSION ON PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS

A Report of Schools that Completed the Self-Study Survey
in Academic Year 2010-11
and Scheduled for an Accreditation Visit in 2012
PREPARED BY:
THE ENDICOTT RESEARCH CENTER
AT ENDICOTT COLLEGE

(PDF link)

 

Mansfield High School Core Values and Beliefs about Learning

The Mansfield High School community is committed to life-long learning with the understanding that It is essential to meeting the challenges of 21st century living. We want our students to be well equipped to make positive contributions to the local, national, and international communities.

We believe that students learn best when:

  • they are In a safe, supportive environment which promotes life-long learning, problem solving, creativity, curiosity and Independent thinking.
  • they feel ownership of their own learning and are empowered to set goals and act In ways that are supportive of their own growth.
  • they are willing to make mistakes to help them learn.
  • they are eager to work with others to take on any challenges.
  • the learning environment provides personalized learning opportunities that encourage self-discovery, self assessment and risk-taking.

We believe that students learn best from teachers who:

  • are knowledgeable, enthusiastic and invested in their content area.
  • communicate high expectations clearly and consistently.
  • demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to learning conditions and to students' needs.
  • use a variety of instructional and assessment strategies based on current research and best practices to engage students in their learning. 

Furthermore, students will benefit from a community that:

  • encourages a partnership between school, parents and community.
  • recognizes and respects diversity.
  • supports learning through appropriate funding for relevant technology and materials, through adequate staffing that ensures smaller class sizes, and through opportunities for effective professional development.

Academic Expectations:

The Mansfield High School student will communicate effectively.
The Mansfield High School student reads text and other media to assess and analyze information.
The Mansfield High School student uses curiosity, imagination, and critical thinking skills to solve and create solutions.
The Mansfield High School student will use technology to obtain, organize, and communicate information effectively.

Social and Civil Expectations:

The Mansfield High School student collaborates with others to a productive end, leads by influence and example, and demonstrates personal and global responsibility.

 

Attached is the power point about NEASC that was presented to the school committee  on Nov. 15th.

PowerPoint presentation

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