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Classroom Management

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Rubric Code: X9753W
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Grade Levels: K-5

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  Excellent
20 pts
Good
20 pts
Fair
20 pts
Below Average
20 pts
Poor
20 pts
Classroom Design
Excellent

Classroom design is well thought out. It is easy for students to maneuver in room. Furniture can easily be used for individual or group work.
Student work and posters are on the walls. The classroom has a welcoming atmostphere which includes more than three of the following: alternative lighting, variety of color, rugs, music, bean bags or similar seating, aroma, plants.
Good

Some thought has been put into classroom design. Students can maneuver around most areas of room easily. Furniture can be used for individual or group work with a little effort. Posters and student work appears on walls. The classroom includes at least two of the following: alternative lighting, variety of color, rugs, music, bean bags or similar seating, aroma, plants.
Fair

Some time has been put into classroom design. Students can maneuver around some areas of room. Furniture can be used for individual or group work with some effort. Some posters or student work appears on walls. The classroom includes at least one of the following: alternative lighting, variety of color, rugs, music, bean bags or similar seating, aroma, plants.
Below Average

Very little thought has been put into classroom design. Students can maneuver around some areas of room with effort. Furniture can be used for both individual or group work with much effort. Very little, if any student artwork and posters are on the walls. The classroom does not include: alternative lighting, variety of color, rugs, music, bean bags or similar seating, aroma, plants.
Poor

Classroom design has not been taken into consideration at all. It is not easy for students to maneuver around room. Furniture does not provide for individual and group work. There is no student work or posters on the wall. The classroom does not include: alternative lighting, variety of color, rugs, music, bean bags or similar seating, aroma, plants.
Safety Procedures
Excellent

The teacher understands importance of providing a safe environment for learning. Safety procedures are posted. All safety procedures are understood and followed by students. Teacher follows and enforces all safety procedures.
Good

The teacher has some understanding of providing a safe environment for learning. Safety procedures are posted. Most safety procedures are understood and followed by students. Teacher follows and enforces most safety procedures.
Fair

The teacher has some understanding of providing a safe environment for learning. Safety procedures are not posted. Some safety procedures are understood and followed by students. Teacher follows and enforces some safety procedures.
Below Average

Teacher has little understanding of providing a safe environment for learning. Safety procedures are not posted. Very few safety procedures are understood and followed by students. Teacher follows and enforces very few safety procdures.
Poor

It is evident that the teacher does not understand the importance of a safe environment for learning.
Classroom Rules and Procedures
Excellent

Rules and procedures are well established in the classroom. Students understand and follow all classroom procedures. Teacher models all classroom rules and procedures. Little redirection is needed and is provided if necessary.
Good

Rules and procedures are established in the classroom. Students understand and follow most classroom procedures. Teacher models most classroom rules and procedures. Some redirection is needed and is provided if necessary.
Fair

There are some rules and procedures in the classroom. Students seem to understand and follow some classroom procedures. Teacher models some classroom procedures. Redirection is often needed and is sometimes provided.
Below Average

There are few rules and procedures in the classroom. Students follow few classroom procedures. Teacher models few classroom procedures. Redirection is needed frequently although not frequently provided.
Poor

There are apparent set rules and procedures in the classroom. Teacher does not model any classroom rules and procedures. Redirection is needed but not given.
Lesson Preparation
Excellent

Lessons are well planned and organized. Teacher has provided a variety of instructional strategies. Teacher checks frequently for student understanding.
Good

Lessons are planned and organized. Teacher has provided some variety of instructional strategies. Teacher checks occasionally for student understanding.
Fair

Lessons are somewhat planned and organized. Teacher has used a few instructional strategies. Teacher checks occasionally for student understanding.
Below Average

Lessons are not preplanned or organized. Teacher only uses 1-2 instructional strategies. Teacher does not check for student understanding.
Poor

Teacher has no understanding of planning and organizing lessons. Teacher does not use more than one instructional strategy. Teacher does not check for student understanding.
Teacher Attitude and Expectations
Excellent

It is clear the teacher has high expectations of their students. Teacher has positive attitude. Teacher provides praise and a nurturing environment. It is obvious that students feel valued by their teacher.
Good

It is clear the teacher has some expectations of their students. Teacher has a mostly positive attitude. Teacher usually provides praise and a nurturing environment. Students appear to feel valued by their teacher most of the day.
Fair

The teacher appears to have a few expectations of their students. Teacher sometimes has a positive attitude. Teacher occasionally provides praise to some students and classroom environment is somewhat nurturing. Students do not always feel valued by their teacher.
Below Average

The teacher appears to have very few expectations of their students. Teacher has a mostly negative attitude. Teacher seldomly praises students and classroom environment is not very nurturing. Students do not appear to feel valued by their teacher.
Poor

It is clear the teacher does not have expectations of their students. Teacher has negative attitude, does not provide praise or a nurturing environment. It is evident that students do not feel valued by their teacher.



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