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This rubric is used to assess student's performance in the SBCTC First Period Robotics Class
Rubric Code: G2X8XXW
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Subject: Vocational  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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Based on WVDE Content Standards & Objectives
  Above Mastery

10 pts

Mastery

8 pts

Below Mastery

7 pts

Minimal/No Attempt at Mastery

0 pts

CoderZ Assignments/ Protocols

Instructor will use the student's CoderZ score (up to 100%). Student follows Simulated Workplace Protocols for Teams & Student Engagement. Student works with their Support Buddies instead of asking management (the instructor) for help.

Above Mastery

Student followed all CoderZ instructions carefully. When confused, student re-read the directions on their own in order to understand the task. Students asked Support Buddy for help if confused or unclear about completing assignments. Student completed the assignments by the due date and was not a distraction to other students working around him/her.
Mastery

Student completely followed all CoderZ instructions. When confused, student asked a Support Buddy for help. Student completed the assignments on time, but needed occasional redirection from the teacher to stay on task and to not distract other students.
Below Mastery

Student completed the assignments, but needed frequent redirection from the teacher to stay on task or to not distract other students. Student did not consistently read the directions carefully or watch the training videos in order to understand the task.
Minimal/No Attempt at Mastery

Student was unable to follow directions due to being off task or being unwilling to work. Even when redirected, student did not read the directions. Student consistently annoyed and distracted other students.
Appropriate Language

Uses appropriate professional Simulated Workplace & Tech Industry language at all times (including during Preferred Activity Time). No profanity, cursing, disrespectful, threatening, or harassing language.

Above Mastery

Student was observed using SBCTC and professional Simulated Workplace language each day this week.
Mastery

Student was observed no more than once this week using language that failed to meet SBCTC and professional Simulated Workplace language standards.
Below Mastery

Student was observed more than once this week failing to use language that meets SBCTC and professional Simulated Workplace language standards.
Minimal/No Attempt at Mastery

Student repeatedly failed to meet SBCTC and professional Simulated Workplace language standards. Student received more than two verbal reprimands from the instructor for failing to meet professional Simulated Workplace language.
Cleanliness/Tools

Student follows Simulated Workplace protocols for 6S & Safe Work Areas

Above Mastery

Student's individual work and study areas, included tabletops and floor, were always neat and tidy. All tools and supplies were put away where they belonged at the end of labs. All pens, pencils and papers were put away where they belonged by the end of class.
Mastery

Student's individual work and study areas, included tabletops and floor, were usually neat and tidy. All tools and supplies were put away where they belonged at the end of labs. All pens, pencils and papers were put away where they belonged by the end of class.
Below Mastery

Student's individual work and study areas, included tabletops and floor, were sometimes neat and tidy. Most tools and supplies were put away where they belonged at the end of labs. Most pens, pencils and papers were put away where they belonged by the end of class.
Minimal/No Attempt at Mastery

Student's individual work and study areas, included tabletops and floor, were rarely neat and tidy. Few tools and supplies were put away where they belonged at the end of labs. Few pens, pencils and papers were put away where they belonged by the end of class.
Respect

Was respectful to peers and respected personal space of classmates, no bullying or horseplay in class. Went out of their way to be kind and helpful to others.

Above Mastery

Was respectful to peers and respected personal space of classmates, no bullying or horseplay in class. Went out of their way to be kind and helpful to others.
Mastery

Was generally polite and respectful to peers, respected personal space most of the time, did not bully or goof off. Was kind and helpful to others.
Below Mastery

Occasionally lacked respect for peers, had trouble with others’ personal space. Occasionally was observed to bully or play around. Sometimes kind and helpful to others.
Minimal/No Attempt at Mastery

Showed little or no respect for others, struggled with respecting others’ personal space. Tended to bully others. Frequent horseplay. Rarely helpful to others.



Keywords:
  • Daily Grade, Weekly Grade, expectations







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