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Size of the problem

  Derived from rubric: Think Social!
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Rubric Code: CX92234
When getting frustrated, the student will determine the size of the problem (small, medium, big problem), describe their own and others emotional reactions to problems based on the size and then minimize their own emotional response to problems.
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Keywords: Coping Skills
Categories: Subjects: Communication  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

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Coping Skills & Problem Solving
  Rarely Demonstrates
1 pts 0-50% of the time in counseling sessions.
Sometimes Demonstrates
2 pts 50-75% of the time in counseling sessions.
Usually/Always Demonstrates
3 pts 75-100% of the time in counseling sessions.
Problem Solving
Given a real or imagined situation that involves a problem that is frustrating, student will accurately determine the size of the problem.
Rarely Demonstrates

1
Sometimes Demonstrates

2
Usually/Always Demonstrates

3
Problem Solving
When faced with a problem, student will accurately match his/her reaction to the size of the problem.
Rarely Demonstrates

1
Sometimes Demonstrates

2
Usually/Always Demonstrates

3
Problem Solving
Student will identify coping strategies to use that match the size of the problem.
Rarely Demonstrates

1
Sometimes Demonstrates

2
Usually/Always Demonstrates

3



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