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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:

Secondary Science Addendum

To receive a passing score for this section of the rubric, the student must receive a proficient or distinguished rating on each item 16 - 19.

Level of Performance

Unsatisfactory (U)

Basic (B)

Proficient (P)

Distinguished (D)

16.  Practices legal and ethical responsibilities of science teachers for the welfare of their students (NSTA 9a).

* does not responsibly follow legal and ethical precedents for the welfare of students in the science classroom

* generally follows the legal and ethical precedents for the welfare of students in the science classroom but does not take initiative to develop or become better prepared as a professional

* Always follows the legal and ethical precedents for the welfare of students in the science classroom

* meets the proficient level expectations

* attends policy meetings offered by the school district

* actively seeks professional development

Notations

Midterm:

Final:

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