Example 1

Grading Student Performance
 
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT RUBRIC

A rubric, a scoring tool, is used to measure what is important to learn relative to a subject.  The purpose of the student achievement rubric below is to provide a common language for discussing student progress as it relates to the objectives of a unit or course.

 

  Exceeds Standards  97 -100=A+
    93-96   =A
    90-92   =A-

The student has a complete and detailed understanding of the important information related to the objective derived from the standards.  The student can perform the skills or processes important to the objective without significant errors and with fluency. The student understands the key features of the skills or processes necessary to achieve the objective. 
 

  Meets Standards  87-89=B+
    83-86=B
    80-82=B-  

The student has a complete understanding of the important information related to the objective but not in great detail. The student can perform the skills or processes important to the objective without making significant errors. The student understands the key features of the skills or processes.         
                                                                

  Approaching Standards 77-79=C+
    73-76=C
    70-72=C-

The student has an incomplete understanding of the topic and/or misconceptions about some of the information related to the objective.  However, the student maintains a basic understanding of the objective. The student makes some significant errors when performing the skills or processes important to the topic but still accomplishes a rough approximation of the skills or processes.

 

  Below Standards  65-69=D

The student has an incomplete understanding of the topic and has misconceptions about most of the information related to the objective. The student is unable to perform the skills or processes necessary to complete the task.

 

  Significantly Below Standards 64=F

The student fails to attempt the completion of the task. This may be due to an incomplete understanding of the topic and/or misconceptions about the information related to the objective.