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iRubric: Successful Projects/Programs for Basic Skills Students rubric

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Successful Projects/Programs for Basic Skills Students 
Rubric Code: Y3WBB2
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Subject: (General)  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric Successful P/P for BSS
  Poor

1 pts

Good

2 pts

Awesome

3 pts

Awareness

Poor

Only students, faculty, staff, and administrators on campus who actively participate in the program/ project know the basics and can explain them to others.
Good

At least half of the students, faculty, staff, and administrators on campus know the basics of the program/project and can explain them to others.
Awesome

Students, faculty, staff, and administrators on campus know the specifics of the program/project and can explain them to others.
Data Driven Decisions

Poor

Quantitative and/or qualitative research is rarely conducted to analyze, inform, and make changes to the program/project.
Good

Half of the time, quantitatative and/or qualitative research is conducted to analyze, inform, and make changes to the program/project.
Awesome

On an ongoing basis, both quantitative and qualitative research is collaboratively conducted to analyze, inform, and make changes to the program/project.
Participation

Poor

Only students, faculty, staff, and administrators in traditional basic skills disciplines participate in the program/project.
Good

There is limited cross-disciplinary participation of students, faculty, staff, and administrators in the program/project.
Awesome

There is significant cross-disciplinary participation of students, faculty, staff, and administrators in the program/project.
Training

Poor

Staff development is offered for all those involved in, and served by, the program/project on a limited or irregular basis.
Good

Staff development is offered for all those involved in, and served by, the program/project, but participation is less than 50%.
Awesome

Regular, ongoing staff development is offered for, and highly used by, all those involved in and served by the program/project.
Commitment

Poor

Faculty, staff, students, and administrators have engaged in conversations about the program/project.
Good

Faculty, staff, students, and administrators have given support to the program/project.
Awesome

Faculty, staff, students, and administrators have institutionalized (resources, space, etc.) and continue to sustain the program/project.
Progression

Poor

Program/project supports a limited number of students and/or is not designed to be individualized in terms of timing, time to completion, and modality.
Good

Program/project support students in specific courses and/or provides some individualization in terms of timing, time to completion, and modality.
Awesome

Program/project support students at all skill levels and provides individualization in terms of timing, time to completion, and modality.




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