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Special Education Grading Criteria

  Derived from rubric: Special Education Grading Criteria
built by jorytel

Rubric Code: Z2XCX9
The following rubric will list the specific areas that students will be assessed during informal academic class work.
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  Poor
10 pts
Fair
20 pts
Good
30 pts
Meeting Goals/Objectives
Poor

Student does not attempt or refuses to coporate in order to meet the goals or objectives that are stated in their IEP; which are the main focus of their teaching instruction.
Fair

Student makes some attempts and coporates most of the time in order to meet the goals or objectives that are stated in their IEP; which are the main focus of their teaching instruction.
Good

Student makes strong attempts and always cooperates in order to meet the goals or objectives that are stated in their IEP; which are the main focus of their teaching instruction.
Participation
Poor

Student does not participate during classroom or program instruction time. Student refuses to follow classroom rules.
Fair

Student attempts to participate during classroom or program instruction time. The majority of the time, the student abides by classroom rules.
Good

Student always participates during classroom or program instruction time. The student abides by all classroom rules.
Academic Programs
Poor

The student does not try to make academic gains by working in their individual instructional program. Student is not willing to follow the academic program procedures as taught by the classroom teacher.
Fair

Student somewhat attempts to make academic gains by working in their individual academic instructional program. Student is mostly willing to follow the academic program procedures as taught by the classroom teacher.
Good

Student makes strong attempts to make academic gains by working in their individual academic instructional program. Student is willing to follow the academic program procedures as taught by the classroom teacher.



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