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Candidates will analyze classmates’ SST presentations using given rubric

Assessment:

Given a specific disability category, candidates will present a 15-minute team “expert” lecture in class, and will provide classmates with an informative handout.

Candidates’ performance will be evaluated using given rubric.

Resources

Titles/Necessary Information

Textbooks

     Turnbull, A., Turnbull, R., & Wehmeyer, M. L. (2007). Exceptional lives: Special education in today’s schools (5th ed.).  Ch. 1

Rosenberg, M.S., O’Shea, L., & O’Shea, D. (2006). Student teacher to master teacher: A practical guide for educating students with special needs. Ch. 7

Supplemental Lecture

Dr. Jacqueline Thousand (See Accompanying Student Study Team Lecturette)

Form

Completed SST Summary Form copied for each class member

EDMS 512, Hood

Elements

Does Not Meet Expectations

(0)

Beginning to Meet Expectations

(1)

Approaching Expectations

(2)

Meets

Expectations

(3)

Total Points

Team Members & Roles

No assignment submitted; work submitted  after due date

Minimal evidence of role responsibilities in presentation

Some  evidence of role responsibilities in presentation

Consistent  evidence of role responsibilities

in presentation

Topic Researched

Minimal evidence and inclusion of  topic research

Some  evidence and inclusion of  topic research

Consistent evidence and inclusion of  

topic research

Attentive to Grade Level Standards

Minimal evidence of research regarding grade level standards

Some  evidence of research regarding grade level standards

Consistent  evidence of research regarding grade level standards

Completed Summary Form

Incomplete/ inaccurately completed SST Summary form

Completed SST Summary form with few errors and good details

Professionally completed SST Summary form w/close attention to details

Peer-Assessment

Completed or incomplete peer-assessment with minimal analysis of  SST skills

Completed peer-assessment w/some reflective analysis of  SST skills

Completed peer-assessment w/constructive comments reflective of critical analysis of  SST skills

Participation in /Contribution to Group “Expert” Lecture

No participation or contribution

Minimal  participation or contribution

Some evident  participation or contribution

Considerable, evidence of  participation or contribution ; TaskStream posting

“Tips for  Teachers”   

 Handout

No participation or contribution

Minimal contribution evident

Some  contribution evident

Consistent  contribution evident

Total Points

/21

Summer 2006

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