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Professional Development Rubric Template
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Term/YearFALL 2016Instructor:
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CategoryExemplary - 5Accomplished - 4/3Developing - 2/1Beginning - 0
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Demonstrates Self-controlStudent maintains professional demeanor even when stressed; not verbally hostile, abusive, dismissive, or angry. Never calls out in class without being called upon by instructor.Student demonstrates acceptable behaviors, although may be inconsistent. Student is assertive and insists on point of view. Student is verbal but respectful when called upon. Student never expresses anger. Student is beginning to improve self-control under stressful situations. Student may interrupt or call out but is not disrespectful and accepts correction. Student has difficulty sometimes in channeling frustration and anger.Student exhibits disruptive behaviors. May distract other students, or instructor. May talk to others instead of working. May argue in verbal outbursts, or physically. May engage in physical actions that threaten others. Calls out without being called upon by instructor.
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Professional AppearanceStudent always wears proper attire. Student consistently maintains a clean neat appearance and appropriate personal hygiene.Student's appearance and dress usually adheres to the dress code, maintains proper hygiene most of the time, accepts and incorporates feedback given about dress code.Student requires reminders about professional attire and hygiene. Student does not wear proper attire or maintain personal hygiene.
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Positive AttitudeStudent consistently demonstrates a positive attitude and accepts responsibilities and constructive criticism willingly (is not resistant or defensive).Student mostly demonstrates positive attitudes, accepts responsibilities, and is open to constructive criticism.Student exhibits negative perspectives but is not combative. When counseled, the student accepts constructive criticism and attempts to follow advice. Student needs continuous reminders.Student exhibits arrogance. May be publically critical of other students, instructors, or college staff. Student tends to reject or not follow constructive criticism.
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RespectStudent is careful not to distract others (socializing, sleeping, leaving early or during class, surfing the Web, doing homework for another class); never uses a cell phone in class, is respectful towards peers and the learning environment.Student is typically not a distraction to others. Stays on topic with classwork and discussions, is respectful towards instructor, and other students. Needs occasional reminders to stick with classwork. Student occasionally displays distracting behaviors in the class and needs constant reminders to remain on task. Student is asked to leave class due to behavior that distracts others; is often extremely disrespectful to peers and the learning environment.
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AccountabilityStudent is consistently on time for class; rarely or never misses class; student always submits projects or assignments on or before deadlines. Accepts responsibility for mistakes. Student is prepared for class.Student is mostly punctual. All assignments are usually submitted on time. Rarely misses classes and mostly prepared for class. When informed about mistakes, self-corrects.Student is mostly late to class, has trouble submitting assignments on time, often asks for extensions, absent about 60% of the class, and is rarely prepared. When making mistakes is willing to self-correct with guidance.Student is consistently late; fails to submit projects or assignments by due date; has excessive absences that interfere with learning the subject matter, and not prepared for class. Casts blame on others for mistakes.
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Positive Communication & DemeanorStudent consistently communicates respectfully with students, staff, and faculty by using professional communication and appropriate language verbally and in writing (emails are respectful and professional). Always refrains from using foul language. Demeanor is positive.Student is mostly respectful with all members of the Plaza College community both in verbal and written communication methods. Emails are casual but message is clear and respectful. Does not use foul language; demeanor is normally positive.Student often requires reminders about using foul language, but is attempting to accept and incorporate feedback. Emails are casual, disorganized, and poorly written but are respectful in message. Student is working on exhibiting a positive demeanor.Displays disrespectful behavior by using foul language orally and in writing. Student may use insults, verbal comments, or criticism intended to belittle or berate others. Emails may be inappropriate in language and disrespectful in message. Displays disrespectful body language.
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Honesty & IntegrityStudent is truthful in all verbal and written communications, and avoids engaging in any unethical behavior. Student maintains academic integrity most of the time and displays ethical behaviors, but may require help about topics related to plagiarism or misrepresentation of information.Student attempts to maintain academic integrity but needs supervision on appropriate guidelines related to ethical behaviors. Student may require reminders or re-education related to plagiarism or misrepresentation of information.Student misrepresents or falsifies information and/or actions (i.e. plagiarism).
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ToleranceStudent demonstrates ability to accept differences in others including, but not limited to, learning style, culture, race, gender, orientation, age, disability, language.Student usually shows sensitivity to differences in opinion, attitude, learning styles, culture, race, gender, orientation, age, disability, language.Student occasionally judges others on differences including, but not limited to, learning style, culture, race, gender, orientation, age, disability, language.Students judges others on differences including, but not limited to, learning style, culture, race, gender, orientation, age, disability, language.
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