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Collision Repair Analysis and Repair 
To be used in Collision Repair classes to assess how well students are able to apply theory knowledge to accomplish an assigned task.
Rubric Code: R2X6494
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Subject: Vocational  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Vocational Skills Grading Criteria
  Excellent

20 pts

Good

15 pts

Fair

10 pts

Poor

5 pts

Unacceptable

0 pts

Application of Safety Practices

Excellent

Student followed all safety rules: Safety glasses, respirator, coveralls, workboots, hair tied up (ladies)
Good

Student followed most safety rules, needed to be reminded to adhere to safety rules. Safety glasses, respirator, coveralls, workboots, hair tied up (ladies)
Fair

Student attempted to follow safety rules but failed to meet several. Does not have multiple items: Safety glasses, respirator, coveralls, workboots, hair tied up (ladies)
Poor

Student failed to follow a significant number of safety rules. Does not have or use necessary safety items throughout task
Unacceptable

Student has no safety items- unable to perform test.
Level of Needed Assistance

Excellent

Student was able to complete the task without assistance. Able to evaluate situation and develop a plan to be able to complete assignment.
Good

Student was able to complete the task with little assistance. Needed guidance in completing task.
Fair

Student was able to complete the task with moderate assistance.
Poor

Student was unable to complete task without major assistance.
Unacceptable

Student was unable to complete task with assistance.
Student Preparedness

Excellent

Student had/gathered all materials and was completely ready to go to work.
Good

Student had/gathered most materials and went to work.
Fair

Student had/gathered most materials, however, they needed excess time to do so.
Poor

Student did not have/gather some of the needed materials to perform work.
Unacceptable

Student did not have/gather the needed materials and was unable to perform work.
Job Completion

Excellent

Task was completed and ready for the next step in the repair process. Student able to apply theory to hands on.
Good

The job was complete, but requires additional minor touches. Student able to apply theory to hands on.
Fair

The job was complete but contained multiple imperfections. Student able to apply theory to hands on.
Poor

The job was complete but needed to be reworked. Student had difficulty formulating relationship between theory and hands on.
Unacceptable

The job was incomplete. Damage was more severe than when repair started. Student unable to formulate the link between theory and hands on.




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