RCampus - Learning, ePortfolios, Assessments, Outcomes
Enter your login name here, or click here to go to the login page.
Enter your password:
forgot?   | click here to create a free account.
iRubric: Coping: Whole Body Listening/Size of Problem rubric

iRubric: Coping: Whole Body Listening/Size of Problem rubric

preview rubric

 

edit print email Copy to my rubrics Bookmark test run apply to... delete

Coping: Whole Body Listening/Size of Problem built by lathas

Rubric Code: AX92236
Social thinking
ready Ready to use    public Public Rubric

Directly link to this rubric or embed it on your website:
url:
link:
embed:
Keywords: (None)
Categories: Subjects: (General)  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

Powered by iRubric Social Thinking
Size of Problem, Coping Skills, Whole Body Listening and Communication
  Meets Standards
3 pts
Partially Meets Standards
2 pts
Does Not Meet Standards
1 pts
Social Thinking
Whole Body Listening and Social Communication
Meets Standards

Demonstrates whole body listening, using social filter, social greetings, thinking about others in the group, stays on topic, both with communication partners and whole group/classroom lessons with minimal prompting.
Partially Meets Standards

Inconsistent use of whole body listening, social filter, social greetings and thinking about others in the group. Moderate support needed with more cues than peers in setting. Defines what it means to use whole body listening skills and social thinking skills with social greetings, thinking about others in the group and staying on topic in whole group and classroom, but is not able to demonstrate without moderate cues and support.
Does Not Meet Standards

Needs full support of adult to use whole body listening, social filter, social greetings and thinking about others in the group. Does not define whole body listening, nor can label it accurately when given scenarios.
Size of Problem/Coping
Meets Standards

When given frustrating hypothetical situations, the student will determine the size of the problem (small, medium, large problem), describe and label expected emotional reactions to problems based on the size. In addition, student can transfer these coping skills when faced with a problem, can accurately match his/her reaction to the size of the problem and when faced with a "small" problem, student will display a minimized expected emotional response to the problem with minimal cues.
Partially Meets Standards

Consistently when given frustrating hypothetical situations, the student will determine the size of the problem (small, medium, large problem), and describe and label expected emotional reactions to problems based on the size. Student is not able to transfer these coping skills to own problems.
Does Not Meet Standards

Student is inconsistent with demonstrating an understanding of determining the size of a problem and matching expected emotional reactions.



Discuss this rubric



Do more with this rubric:

Preview

Preview this rubric.

Edit

Modify this rubric.

Copy

Make a copy of this rubric and begin editing the copy.


Print

Show a printable version of this rubric.

Categorize

Add this rubric to multiple categories.

Bookmark

Bookmark this rubric for future reference.
Assess

Test run

Test this rubric or perform an ad-hoc assessment.

Grade

Build a gradebook to assess students.

Collaborate

Apply this rubric to any object and invite others to assess.
Share

Publish

Link, embed, and showcase your rubrics on your website.

Email

Email this rubric to a friend.

Discuss

Discuss this rubric with other members.
 

Do more with rubrics than ever imagined possible.

Only with iRubrictm.


Bookmark this page:   RCampus RCampus   twit this twitter   delicious del.icio.us   digg Digg   facebook Facebook  
About Education Sites & Communities My Account Support
About RCampus
Terms of Use
Security & Privacy
Site Map
Case Studies
Classrooms
ePortfolios
Rubrics
Coursework
Grades
Book Exchange
Tutors
Website Gallery
Basic Groups
Study Groups
Club websites
Faculty Groups
My Account Settings
My Messages
My Calendar
My To-do List
My Favorites
My Documents
Free Sign up
Log in
Help & FAQ
Contact Us
Copyright © 2017 Reazon Systems, Inc.  All rights reserved.