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Success criteria for the FSL classroom 

FSL teachers play an essential role is helping students grow as learners by ensuring that students understand what they are learning and by demonstrating what effective learning looks like. As FSL teachers, we both assess students for learning and assess student learning daily. As part of this is helping students understand why they are learning and what goals are being sought in any subject. To achieve this, FSL teachers must establish both: (1) clear learning goals and (2) criteria for student success.

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