Guiding Principles Draft Standards and Rubrics

As we draft and redraft the Guiding Principles and their Rubrics, we will add the latest versions to this page.

Clear and Effective Communicator

Creative and Practical Problem Solver

Integrative and Informed Thinker

  • Standard and Indicators
  • Rubric

Self Directed and Lifelong Learner

  • Standard and Indicators
  • Rubric

A Responsible and Involved Citizen

  • Standard and Indicators
  • Rubric



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10 Responses to Guiding Principles Draft Standards and Rubrics

  1. Emily Higgins says:

    Clear and Effective Communicator Standards: Do you want consistent punctuation at the end of each item? One has a comma and the others do not.

  2. Emily Higgins says:

    Rubric Draft 2: Organizational #1: should be seem, not seems
    Fluency #2: I still struggle with “hums along.” What does that mean?
    Fluency #1: Limits instead of impedes?

    Video: T3: “dead space … present” instead of “dead space…heard.”
    A2: uneven instead of inconsistent.
    C2: be instead of bee. I like bees, though.

  3. Mary Miller says:

    Should the video convention have something about cohesiveness of transitions? How do you hear dead space?
    Writing rubric is nice, but a bit lofty. (sorry, I could not think of the right word). Also should “infrequent” be defined?

  4. Mike Cherry says:

    For the Blogging and Oral conventions sections, I believe a full 4, 3, 2, 1 scale should be added, for continuity’s sake.

    For the Keynote section, specific numbers are used – especially in the errors area – which we’ve been advised to avoid in rubric creation.

    For the Writing and Video sections, I did not notice any specific needs that should be addressed, but that surely doesn’t mean that there aren’t any.

  5. Mary Miller says:

    Key note: MLA only? Perhaps the word “appears” is ambiguous.

  6. Bryan Dionne says:

    I really like the keynote layout and think it will be very useful in my classes next year.

  7. Tanya Hammond says:

    Writing Conventions: “clean and clear”–meaning? Level 2 mentions aesthetics. Level 1 nothing to mirror that.

    Oral Presentations: A. “appropriated” should be “appropriate”; B. is comfort with content the same as comfort with making an oral presentation? (eye contact and gestures); C. covered by “Voice” in main rubric?; D. ditto organization in main rubric; E. are we eliminating “Presentation” in the main rubric? If not, would that cover it?

    Keynote: citation format should be left unspecified on rubric (MLA) to allow teacher preference

  8. Emily Higgins says:

    Writing Conventions:
    4 grade-level errors? Not sure that this would make this useful. How about common errors.
    3: some flaws instead of “isn’t mechanically….” Errors do not detract.
    Perhaps streamline and make the #1 indicator more mild in word choice – less punitive.

    #4 I am not sure about verbal fillers. Include something about having very little text. Sometimes kids just put all words on the slide rather than a few bullets.

    Speech Conventions oral presentations: A#4 appropriate, not appropriated. I like that there is only #4. Why not just leave the bar high? (Sort of joking…)

  9. Emily Higgins says:

    Student Friendly: A2 should have vague instead of ambiguous.

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