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Rubric for Differentiation Assignment 
Rubric Code: L235BC7
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Subject: Education  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12


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  Beginning

4 pts

Developing

10 pts

Good

15 pts

Excellent

20 pts

Knowledge of Differntiation

Beginning

0-4 Points
The presentation demonstrates little to no aspects to understanding differentiation and why it is important in the classroom. (0-1 aspects of differentiation)
Developing

5-10 Points
The presentation demonstrates a couple of aspects to understanding differentiation and why it is important in the classroom. (2-3 aspects of differentiation)
Good

11-15 Points
The presentation demonstrates a few aspects to understanding differentiation and why it is important in the classroom. (4-5 aspects of differentiation)
Excellent

16-20 Points
The presentation demonstrates full understanding of differentiation and why it is important to use in the classroom. (At least 6 aspects of differentiation)
Examples of Differentiation

Beginning

0-4 Points
The presentation gives 0-3 examples of how differentiation can be utilized or implemented in the classroom.
Developing

5-10 Points
The presentation gives 4-5 examples of how differentiation can be utilized or implemented in the classroom.
Good

11-15 Points
The presentation gives 6-7 examples of how differentiation can be utilized implemented in the classroom.
Excellent

16-20 Points
The presentation gives 8-10 examples of how differentiation can be utilized or implemented in the classroom.
Visuals

Beginning

0-4 Points
The presentation will contain at least 0-3 graphics or images that is visually pleasing and coincides with the overall presentation of differentiation.
Developing

5-10 Points
The presentation will contain at least 4-5 graphics or images that is visually pleasing and coincides with the overall presentation of differentiation.
Good

11-15 Points
The presentation will contain at least 6-7 graphics or images that is visually pleasing and coincides with the overall presentation of differentiation.
Excellent

16-20 Points
The presentation will contain at least 8 graphics or images that is visually pleasing and coincides with the overall presentation of differentiation.
Organization and Grammar

Beginning

0-4 Points
The presentation greatly lacks organization with more than 6 grammatical errors.
Developing

5-10 Points
The presentation has some organization with grammatical 4-6 errors.
Good

11-15 Points
The presentation has clear organization with grammatical 1-3 errors.
Excellent

16-20 Points
The presentation has clear organization and no grammatical errors.
Sources

Beginning

0-4 Points
The presentation has at least 1 scholarly source (published within the last 5 years) in the correct APA format.
Developing

5-10 Points
The presentation has a minimum of 2 scholarly source, but not all sources are not published in the last 5 years or are not in the correct APA format.
Good

11-15 Points
The presentation has a minimum of 3 scholarly sources, but not all sources are published in the last 5 years or are not in the correct APA format
Excellent

16-20 Points
The presentation has a minimum of 3 scholarly sources (published within the last 5 years) in the correct APA format.




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