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Geometry Collaboration Framework 
Used to grade group collaboration lessons for Geometry
Rubric Code: E23989C
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Subject: Math  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Exemplary

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Partially Proficient

2 pts

Unsatisfactory

1 pts

Focus on the Task and Participation

Exemplary

All team members consistently stay focused on the task and what needs to be done. Team is very self-directed.
Proficient

Team focuses on the task and what needs to be done most of the time. All group members can count on each other.
Partially Proficient

Team focuses on the task and what needs to be done some of the time. Other group members must sometimes remind each other to keep on task.
Unsatisfactory

Team rarely focuses on the task and what needs to be done. Lack of productive work being done.
Team Member Participation

Exemplary

All team members contributes a lot of effort, and encourages and supports the efforts of others in the group.
Proficient

All team members are strong group members who try hard!
Partially Proficient

Not all group members are trying hard, act as causal observers.
Unsatisfactory

Some members choose not to participate and are not providing any value to the team.
Team Member Knowledge Sharing

Exemplary

All team members support knowledge sharing to other members. All team members become experts and can present the worked solution.
Proficient

Team members share knowledge. Not all members are experts and cannot present the worked solution.
Partially Proficient

Sometimes team members share knowledge. Only a few team members can present the worked solution.
Unsatisfactory

Team members do not share knowledge. Maybe one person can present the worked solution.
Listening, Questioning and Discuss

Exemplary

Team members respectfully listen to each other and teacher, interacts, discusses and poses questions to all members of the team during discussions and help to direct the group in reaching consensus.
Proficient

Team members respectfully listen to each other and teacher, interacts, discusses and poses questions to others during discussions.
Partially Proficient

Team members have some difficulty respectfully listening and discussing, and members tend to dominate discussions at times.
Unsatisfactory

Has great difficulty listening, argues with teammates, and is unwilling to consider other opinions. Impedes group from reaching consensus.
Group/Partner Teamwork

Exemplary

Team members have a positive attitude about the task(s) and the work of others.
Proficient

Team members usually have a positive attitude about the task(s) and the work of others.
Partially Proficient

Team members occasionally are publicly critical of the task(s) or the work of other members of the group.
Unsatisfactory

Team members negative and publicly critical of the task(s) or the work of other members
Problem Solution
  Exemplary

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Partially Proficient

2 pts

Unsatisfactory

1 pts

Problem Solving

Exemplary

An efficient strategy is chosen and progress towards a solution is evaluated.

Adjustments in strategy, if necessary, are made along the way, and / or alternative strategies are considered.

Evidence of analyzing the situation in mathematical terms, and extending prior knowledge is present.

Note: A correct answer must be reached.
Proficient

A correct strategy is chosen based on mathematical situation in the task.

Planning or monitoring of strategy is evident.

Evidence of solidifying prior knowledge and applying it to the problem solving situation is present.

Note: A correct answer must be achieved.
Partially Proficient

A partially correct strategy is chosen, or a correct strategy for only solving part of the task is chosen.

Evidence of drawing on some previous knowledge is present, showing some relevant engagement in the task.
Unsatisfactory

No strategy is chosen, or a strategy is chosen that will not lead to a solution.

Little or no evidence of engagement in the task present.
Reasoning and Proof

Exemplary

Deductive arguments are used to justify decisions and may result in formal proofs.

Evidence is used to justify and support decisions made and conclusions reached. This may lead to...
• Testing and accepting or rejecting of a hypothesis or conjecture.
• Explanation of phenomenon.
• Generalizing and extending the solution to other cases.
Proficient

Arguments are constructed with adequate mathematical basis.

A systematic approach and/or justification of correct reasoning is present. This may lead to...
• Clarification of the task.
• Exploration of mathematical phenomenon.
• Noting patterns, structures and regularities.
Partially Proficient

Arguments are made with some mathematical basis.

Some correct reasoning or justification for reasoning is present with trial and error, or unsystematic trying of several cases.
Unsatisfactory

Arguments are made with no mathematical basis.

Neither correct reasoning nor justification for reasoning is present.
Communication

Exemplary

A sense of audience and purpose is communicated.
and/or Communication at the Proficient level is achieved, and communication of argument is supported by mathematical properties.

Precise math language and symbolic notation are used to consolidate math thinking and to communicate ideas.
Proficient

A sense of audience or purpose is communicated.
and/or Communication of an approach is evident through a methodical, organized, coherent sequenced and labeled response.

Formal math language is used throughout the solution to share and clarify ideas.
Partially Proficient

Some awareness of audience or purpose is communicated, and may take place in the form of paraphrasing of the task.
or
Some communication of an
approach is evident through
verbal/written accounts and
explanations, use of diagrams
or objects, writing, and using mathematical symbols.
or
Some formal math language
is used, and examples are provided to communicate ideas.
Unsatisfactory

No awareness of audience or purpose is communicated.
or
Little or no communication of
an approach is evident
or
Every day, familiar language is used to communicate ideas.
Presentation Effectiveness
  Exemplary

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Partially Proficient

2 pts

Unsatisfactory

1 pts

Content

Exemplary

Presentation had an exceptional amount of valuable material. Subject knowledge is evident throughout.
Proficient

Presentation had a good amount of material. Information is clear, appropriate and correct.
Partially Proficient

Presentation had moments where valuable material
was presented but as a whole content was lacking. Some information is confusing, incorrect or flawed.
Unsatisfactory

Presentation contained little to no valuable material. Subject knowledge is not evident. Information is confusing, incorrect or flawed.
Organization

Exemplary

The presentation was well organized, well prepared and easy to follow.
Proficient

The presentation had organizing ideas but could have been much stronger with better preparation.
Partially Proficient

There were minimal signs of organization or preparation.
Unsatisfactory

The presentation
Lacked organization and had little evidence of preparation or logical sequence.
Presentation

Exemplary

Presenter was very confident in delivery and he/she did an excellent job of engaging the class.
Preparation is very evident. Presenter used a clear voice. Presenter demonstrated expert knowledge of the solution.
Proficient

Presenter was occasionally confident with their presentation. Presenters voice was clear and audible. Presenter made minimal mistakes in describing the solution.
Partially Proficient

Presenter was not consistent with the level of preparedness but had some strong moments. Presenter voice was low and audience had difficulty hearing presentation. Presenter demonstrated some knowledge of the solution.
Unsatisfactory

Presenter demonstrated little evidence of planning prior to presentation. Presenter mumbled/ spoke quietly. Presenter demonstrated a lack of understanding of the solution.



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