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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.
|Use Mathematical Concepts||It shows in-depth understanding of t he required mathermatical knowledge. The solution completely addresses all mathematical components presented in the task.||It shows understanding of required mathematical knowledge. The solution addresses most of the mathematical components presented in the task.||It shows some understanding of the required mathematical knowledge. The solution addresses some of the mathematical components presented in the task.||It shows no understanding of the problem, perhaps only re-copying the given data. The solution addresses none of the mathematical components required to solve the task.|
|Accuracy||100$ of the steps and solutions have no mathematical erros.||Almost all (85%-89%) of the steps and solutions have no mathematical errors.||Almost all (75%-84%) of the steps and solutions have no mathematical errors.||More than 75% of the steps and solutions have mathematical errors.|
|Organization||It uses an appropriate and complete strategy for solving the problem. It uses clear and effective diagrams and/or tables.||It uses a complete strategy for solving the problem. It uses creative diagrams and/or tables.||It uses an inappropriate strategy or application of strategy is unclear. There is limited use or misuse of diagrams and/or tables||It has no particular strategy for solving the problem. It does not show use of diagrams nor tables.|
|Delivery||There is a clear and effective explanation of the solution. All steps are included so the audience does not have to infer how the task was completed. Mathematical representation is actively used as a means of communicating ideas, and precise and appropriate mathematical terminology.||There is a clear explanation and appropriate use of accurate mathematical representation. There is effective use of mathematical terminology.||There is an incomplete explanation; it is not clearly represented. There is some use of appropriate mathematical representation and terminology for the task.||There is no explanation of the solution. The explanation cannot be understood, or is unrelated to the task. There is no use or inappropriate use of mathematical representation and terminology for the task.|