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1 rubric Photography Research Project       popup preview  
Discussions 1.4 Research one artist of your choice and discuss why you feel this work is cohesive. Please post three images from this photographer along a word document with a minimum of 250 words. Respond to a minimum of 4 of your peers.

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
troyshellie
2 rubric REFLECTION #1       popup preview  
EFFECTIVE ATTRIBUTES OF AN EXPERT TEACHER

Grade levels:   Grad  
VILEANA
3 rubric Sloth Short Paragraph Grading Rubric       popup preview  
When writing your one paragraph short answer summarizing the sloth lesson and identifying the TAPS model, is what your answer will be graded on. Short answer paragraphs are worth 20 points each for a total of 100 points.

Grade levels:   K-5   Undergrad  
DIVAT2011
4 rubric Math Evaluation       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
anitratolbert
5 rubric Self-Reflection for How to Win Friends and Influe       popup preview  
A reflection of the chapters in "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie. Students will relate to their life to what they read and solve how they can fix the problems in their life.

Grade levels:   9-12  
margluciano
6 rubric Evaluation: Group Work       popup preview  
Group work

Grade levels:   9-12  
pilysw
7 rubric Journal Grade       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
slacey
8 rubric Reflective Experience Journals       popup preview  
Reflect on field experience. Maintain a reflective journal on your field experience. There should be at least 10 entries (one per week/roughly 1 page per entry). You will first write 1-2 paragraphs detailing your observations and then write 1-2 paragraphs making connections to class material and reflection. As you type the reflections, include the terminology presented on class readings and/or class lecture. Make sure you provide your own thoughts, critique, and reflections on the experience.

Grade levels:   Undergrad   Grad  
agottner3
9 rubric Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit Graffiti Journal       popup preview  
Students were asked to do a Graffiti Journal entry for each of the Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit.

Grade levels:   6-8  
CFMatthews
10 rubric Staff of the Year Award       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad   Grad  
The_gRAmmys
11 rubric Art Rubric/Self Eval.       popup preview  
Elementary art rubric & self-evaluation.

Grade levels:   K-5  
mandizzle
12 rubric Art Rubric/Self Eval.       popup preview  
Elementary art rubric & self-evaluation.

Grade levels:   K-5  
mandizzle
13 rubric Capstone Project Part III: REFLECTION       popup preview  
Self-reflection is a vital piece to learning. Although it is not required to submit, it is best practice to jot down daily notes on how the implementation process is materializing. Review these personal notes to help during your reflection. You may also re-review sample videos or other Required Materials and Recommended Resources of successful model schools who have implemented the same strategy. Please allow some time to reflect honestly about your process. *See Canvas for more details*

Grade levels:  
ldeguzman0280
14 rubric Capstone Project Part IIB: IMPLEMENTATION Vlog       popup preview  
On this discussion board submit your video log explaining your thoughts and your process you have outlined for your 1 Week Plan. In addition, it is required and appropriate to include in this video log your honest reflections, concerns, and any other thoughts and feelings you have about the process prior to actual implementation. *See Canvas for more details*

Grade levels:  
ldeguzman0280
15 rubric Community of the Year Award       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad   Grad  
The_gRAmmys
16 rubric Conduct Grade-Report Card       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
melsep
17 rubric Education Technology Rubric       popup preview  
Education Technology

Grade levels:   Undergrad   Grad  
nm2006
18 rubric Collaborative Learning       popup preview  
Rate your group members in how well the participated.

Grade levels:  
kwhite8
19 rubric Social Communication Profile       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
KerryPend
20 rubric ESL Class Participation Grade       popup preview  
16 POINTS - 4 points each section) Below is a chart that shows you exactly how your class participation grade will be determined. All students are expected to participate in class, come prepared and stay on task.

Grade levels:   Post Grad  
anarosareal

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