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iRubric: Math Journal Rubric
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Math Journal Rubric
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K-5
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Math Journal
This rubric is used to assess students background knowledge and problem solving skills.
Problem Solving
(N/A)
Show how you solved the problem.
Reasoning and Proof
(N/A)
Leave tracks of thinking.
Communication
(N/A)
Use math vocabulary words.
Connections
(N/A)
Make connections to the real world, the numbers, or the problem.
Representation
(N/A)
Drawings, labeling, graphing.
Novice
70 pts
Makes and effort No or little understanding
Problem Solving
No evidence of understanding the problem.
Reasoning and Proof
The math thinking is not evident.
Communication
No evidence of math language and/or math notation.
Connections
There is no evidence that a connection was made about the problem or the numbers in the problem
Representation
Math representation is not evident in the explanation of the problem.
Apprentice
80 pts
Ok, good try Unclear if student understands
Problem Solving
Some or part evidence of understanding the problem. The demonstrated stategy worked for part of the problem.
Reasoning and Proof
Some math thinking is evident.
Communication
Some math language is evident
Connections
Evidence of making a connection but it is not about the math in the problem
Representation
An attempt to use math representation is used to help solve the problem and explain work but it has several mistakes.
Practitioner
90 pts
Excellent Clear Strtong understanding Meets the standard
Problem Solving
An understanding of the problem and the strategy worked. The answer is correct.
Reasoning and Proof
All math thinking is evident.
Communication
The use of math language and/or math notation is obvious throughout the work.
Connections
Evidence of making a connection in the math work.
Representation
A math representation used to help solve the math problem is evident.
Expert
100 pts
Wow, awesome! Exceptional understanding
Problem Solving
An obvious understanding of the problem is demonstrated. Evidence of the rule, and or verified the strtegy worked.
Reasoning and Proof
Evidence of thinking is shown. An explanation of the rule exist.
Communication
The use of a lot of specific math language and or notation is used throughtout the problem.
Connections
Evidence of making a definate connection is used and that helped to extend an answer. A link was made between this problem and anther problem.
Representation
The use of another math representaion was made to help solve the problem and explain work in another way.
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