Self-Regulation Rubric

Score

Standard

Achievement of Standard

4

Excellent

When the bell rings each day, student has materials out and is ready to learn. For group and independent tasks, the student always asks clarifying questions and uses work time productively. Student takes notes every day. Student persists to complete even the most challenging tasks and employs the habits of mind to solve academic challenges. Student takes ownership of his/her own learning through participation and reflection.

3

Proficient

Student consistently has materials out when the bell rings. For group and independent tasks, the student regularly asks clarifying questions and uses work time productively. Student takes notes every day. Student consistently persists to complete even the most challenging tasks and employs the habits of mind to solve academic challenges. Student usually takes ownership of his/her own learning through participation, reflection, and problem-solving.

2

Near
Target

Student sometimes has materials out when the bell rings. For group and independent tasks, the student sometimes  asks clarifying questions and uses work time productively. Student sometimes takes notes. Student sometimes persists to complete tasks. Students sometimes takes ownership for his/her own learning through participation, reflection, and problem-solving.

1

Below
Target

Student occasionally has materials out when the bell rings. For group and independent tasks, the student occasionally asks clarifying questions and uses work time productively.  Students rarely takes ownership for his/her own learning through participation, reflection, and problem-solving.

0

Not Enough Evidence

Student rarely to never has materials out when the bell rings. Student will not be ready to learn until into the class period. Student rarely to never asks clarifying questions and rarely to never uses work time productively. Student rarely to never takes ownership of his/her learning through participation, reflection and problem-solving.

Rubric developed byMrs. StreetandMs. Shineat Capital High School