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Rubric for Action Plan
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4321 or 0
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CriterionExceptionalAcceptableMarginalUnacceptableScore
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OverviewYou thoroughly describe the district or setting of the practicum, the demographics of the community, students, and staff, and what you intend to accomplish; you briefly delineate 2-3 challenges faced by the district during the last two years and demonstrate a good understanding of these challenges.You adequately describe the district or setting of the practicum, the demographics of the community, students, and staff, and what you intend to accomplish; you indicate 2-3 challenges faced by the district during the last two years.You somewhat describe the district or setting of the practicum, the demographics of the community, students, and staff, and what you intend to accomplish; you indicate 1-2 challenges faced by the district during the last two years.You inadequately describe the district or setting of the practicum, the demographics of the community, students, and staff, and what you intend to accomplish.
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ObjectivesYou present performance-based objectives that are clear, attainable, and measurable and that address specific module objectives, topics, and field experiences consistent with district-wide objectives and ISLLC standards.You present performance-based objectives that address specific module objectives, topics, and field experiences consistent with district-wide objectives and ISLLC standards.You present objectives that somewhat address module objectives and ISLLC standards.You present objectives that do not align with module objectives or the ISLLC standards.
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ActivitiesYou develop substantive, realistic, and appropriate activities for each objective that clearly reflect the tasks at hand and relate to the standards; you clearly identify district personnel and organizations involved in the tasks and explain their roles.You develop appropriate and realistic activities for each objective that reflect the tasks at hand and relate to the standards; you adequately identify district personnel and organizations involved in the tasks and explain their roles.You develop activities for most of the objectives. These activities somewhat reflect the tasks at hand and relate to the standards.You develop inappropriate activities that are unrelated to the standards.
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TimelinesYou develop a practical and reasonable timeline and calendar that provide benchmarks for activities and a means for documenting hours applied to each of the objectives, activities, and standards.You develop a timeline and calendar that provide adequate benchmarks for activities and a means for documenting hours applied to each of the objectives, activities, and standards.You develop a timeline and calendar that provide partial benchmarks for activities and a means for documenting hours applied to each of the objectives, activities, and standards.You develop a timeline that does not provide adequate benchmarks for activities or a means for documenting hours applied to each of the objectives, activities, and standards.
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OutcomesYou thoroughly describe perceived outcomes related to the objectives and standards and include the research that underpins your decisions and reflections.You describe perceived outcomes related to the objectives and standards and include some discussion of the research that underpins your decisions and reflections.You describe perceived outcomes somewhat related to the objectives and standardsYou describe perceived outcomes unrelated to the objectives and standards.
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EvaluationsYou include quantitative and qualitative measures for formative and summative evaluations, including a description of the strategies used to measure improvement and proposed benchmarks for use by the on-site administrator and course mentor in assessing performance.You include quantitative and qualitative measures for evaluation, including some description of the strategies used to measure improvement and proposed benchmarks.You include sufficient measures for evaluation.You include insufficient measures for evaluation.
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Thomas Edison State College
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Note: Criteria are evaluated on a 4-3-2-1-0 basis. Total rubric points are converted first to a letter grade and then to a numerical equivalent based on a 0-100 scale.
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Scale: 23-24 = A (93-100); 22 = A- (90-92); 21 = B+ (88-89); 17-20 = B (83-87); 16 = B- (80-82); 15 = C+ (78-79); 11-14 = C (73-77); 10 = C- (70-72); 5-9 = D (60-69); 0-4 = F (below 60).
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Rubric for Action Plan