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Level of Performance

Unsatisfactory (U)

Basic (B)

Proficient (P)

Distinguished (D)

15.  Demonstrates competence in continuing as a professional educator by using self-assessment, self-reflection, and/or inquiry techniques (CoEd 5.5, 9.1)

* does not appear open to new ideas or programs

* does not accept constructive criticism or suggestions for development as a professional educator

* does not reflect on growth or methods of improvement

* does not reflect on teaching

* does not adjust lessons based on feedback

* does not take initiative to develop or become better prepared as a professional

* attends only required meetings

* shows little effort to improve through self reflections

* has little or no dialogue with mentor related to improvement of teaching

* some adjustment of lessons based on feedback

* is open to suggestions for professional development

* seeks guidance of ways to continue developing as a professional educator

* attends in-service workshops, conferences, trainings, etc. that will provide additional development as an educator

* dialogues with mentor for self reflection and evaluation

* effort made to use reflective information to improve as an educator

* adjusts lessons to show  growth that is based on reflection of feedback

* meets all proficient level expectations

* actively seeks professional development

* demonstrates leadership qualities by offering to share information from attending a meeting/workshop in professional settings

* independent critical analysis of lesson for strengths and weaknesses through self reflection and feedback

* shares reflections and coordinates with mentor for most effective input into improvement of lessons and teaching

Notations

Midterm:

Final:

Mathematics Addendum for Residency Rubric

Level of Performance

Standard

Distinguished

Proficient

Basic

Unsatisfactory

16. Communicates mathematical thinking both orally and in writing

Mathematical language is used to express ideas precisely.  Ideas are enhanced because of the care taken to use mathematical language.  Organization is elegant.  

Mathematical language is used in explaining ideas but precision is not as detailed.  Ideas can be explained mathematically. Organization is acceptable.  

Imprecision in use of mathematical language hampers candidate explanations.  Mathematical ideas become clouded by language use.  Organization can confound the idea.

Poor use of mathematical language and organization obscures key ideas.  

Notations

Midterm:

Final:

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