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iRubric: Social Thinking rubric

iRubric: Social Thinking rubric

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Social Thinking

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Rubric Code: ZXC5A5C
A Social Thinking Rubric to Measure Evidence of Social Thinking Concepts
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Keywords: social thinking
Categories: Subjects: (General)  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Social Thinking
  poor
1 pts
fair
2 pts
good
3 pts
excellent
4 pts
Thinking with eyes
poor

needs constant adult prompts and reminders to think with eyes
fair

uses eyes to think about others during routines (small group). Adult prompts needed often
good

somewhat consistent use of eyes to think about others. minimal adult cues.
excellent

uses eyes to think about others in a manner consistent with the peer group. Adult only cues or reminds at a rate similar to others
Body in Group
poor

needs constant adult prompts and reminders to keep his body in the group
fair

wanders away from the group, following own agenda. Adult prompts needed often.
good

somewhat consistently keeps his body in the group, following group agenda. Minimal adult cues.
excellent

Keeps body in the group. Adult only cues or reminds at a rate similar to others.
Expected Reactions
poor

Typically over-reacts or under-reacts to peers. Needs full support from adults to react in expected manner.
fair

Inconsistent responses and reactions to peers. Adults intermittently intervene.
good

Somewhat consistent responses to peers depending on the activity. Minimal adult cues.
excellent

Demonstrating responses and reactions to peers in a manner consistent with peer group. Adult cues similar to others in the setting.
Identify own emotions
poor

Does not identify any emotions
fair

able to identify 1-2 emotions in self with visual and adult support
good

labels own emotions, 3 or more with visual support but minimal adult cues.
excellent

understands and talks about emotions (little support from adult or similar to peer group)



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