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iRubric: Peer teaching rubric

iRubric: Peer teaching rubric

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Peer teaching

  Derived from rubric: Peer teaching
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Rubric Code: HX92AX9
This rubric will assess the student in the teaching of a body system to their classmates.
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Keywords: Assessment, teaching, social work, skill development
Categories: Subjects: English   Health   (General)  
Types: Presentation   Reading  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Excellent
20 pts
Good
15 pts
Poor
10 pts
not demonstrated
0 pts
Creativity
Excellent

Students went above and beyond to make their Project creative, students were engaged in the presenters lesson
Good

Project lacked overall creativity, however some parts were creative, students were engages sometimes
Poor

Project was dry and students failed to be creative, students were not engaged
not demonstrated

Project was dry with little to no thought in lesson.
Content
Excellent

Content of the presentation was relavent, appropriate and important information for emancipating youth.
Good

Content of the presentation included relavent, appropriate or important information for emancipating youth but not all three criteria.
Poor

Content was not relavent, appropriate and important information for emancipating youth.
not demonstrated

Content was incorrect, and was missing lots of information.
Organization/Time Limit
Excellent

There was an organized flow to the presentation. Concepts built upon one another. Presenter had everything needed for the presentation.
Time was used well and effectively.
Good

A little bit unorganized but is still got the points across. Had everything needed for the presentation.
Poor

The information was presented in a confusing manner. The presenter was not prepared with everything needed for the presentation.
not demonstrated

There was no organization to the presentation making it hard to get the information.
Visual Aids/Props
Excellent

Presenter effectively used appropriate visual aids which provided an opportunity for the client to practice their new skill. Visual aids appeared to be thoughtfully selected. Presenter did not read off the poster.
Good

Presenter brought visual aids to support learning but only minimally used them to support learning. Some thought and effort appeared to be put into the choice of visual aids but more effort would may have improved the presentation. Presenter had to read off the poster some.
Poor

Minimal thought or effort appeared to be put into the choice of visual aids. Presenter had to read off the poster for a fair amount of the presentation.
not demonstrated

Presenter had to read off the poster the entire presentation.
Preperation
Excellent

Student used all class time given effectively.
Good

Student used most of the class time effectively.
Poor

Student used some of the time effectively which reflects in their overall project.
not demonstrated

Student did not use class time effectively and did no work on the project.



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