Performance Rubrics in Problem Solving TEMPLATE 3 | Free download via PDF Format
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Rubrics help students, parents, and teachers know what good work looks like. Students can judge their own work and take more responsibility for the final product. Rubrics make it easy for teachers to tell students why they got the grade they did. Parents who work with their kids also know exactly what is expected of them for a special project. Ask for a rubric to be sent home with directions for a project or other work, like writing.
|Mathematical Concept||Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the topic and use it appropriately to solve the problem.||Demonstrate a satisfactory understanding of the concepts and use it to simplify the problem.||Demonstrate incomplete understanding and have some misconceptions.||Show lack of understanding and have severe misconceptions.|
|Accuracy||The computations are accurate and show a wise use of the key concepts of zero, negative, and rational exponents.||The computations are accurate and show the use of key concepts of zero, negative, and rational exponents.||The computations are erroneous and show some use of the key concepts of zero, negative, and rational exponents.||The computations are erroneous and do not show the use of key concepts of zero, negative, and rational exponents.|
|Organization of Report||Highly organized. Flows smoothly. Observes logical connections of points.||Satisfactorily organized. Sentence flow is generally smooth and logical.||Somewhat cluttered. Flow is not consistently smooth, appears disjointed.||Illogical and obscure. No logical connections of ideas. Difficult to determine the meaning.|