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iRubric: Self Advocacy rubric

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Self Advocacy 
Rubric Code: R2X6XA2
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Subject: (General)  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: (none)


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Self Understanding

Self Awareness of skills and limits

Poor

Student can describe neither skills, nor limits, as related to possible career areas and academic goals.
Fair

Student may struggle with describing either skills or limits he or she possesses, but has some ability to describe one or the other, with guidance.
Good

Student can describe both skills and limits with guidance or teacher support.
Excellent

Student can accurately and independently assess and describe his or her skills and limits, related to academic goals.
Assertiveness

Asks for help or
direction when
needed

Poor

Student request(s) for help or direction is ineffective.
Fair

Student request(s) for help or direction is moderately
effective.
Good

Student request(s) for help or direction is effective.
Excellent

Student request(s) for help or direction is highly
effective.
Communication

Communicate with teachers to clarify expectations

Poor

Student has been observed to rarely approach teachers to clarify expectations.
Fair

Student has been observed to occasionally approach teachers to clarify expectations.
Good

Student has been observed to usually approach teachers to clarify expectations.
Excellent

Student has been observed to always approach teachers to clarify expectations.
Accommodations

Request accommodations from teachers

Poor

Student does not know how to request accommodations independently.
Fair

Students need assistance in requesting accommodations independently.
Good

Students usually request accommodations independently.
Excellent

Student knows how to request accommodations independently.
Listening

Pays careful attention to relevant verbal information

Poor

Student does not listen to relevant information.
Fair

Student rarely listens to relevant information.
Good

Student usually listens to relevant information.
Excellent

Student carefully listens to relevant information.
Assistance

Utilizing supports

Poor

Student denies need, or is uninterested in accommodations and/or supports, including assistive technology.
Fair

Student expresses basic understanding of disability rights and recognizes why there may be a need to request supports or accommodations, including assistive technology.
Good

Student requests (sometimes) and utilizes supports and accommodations, including assistive technology, to enhance success in classroom settings.
Excellent

Student requests (appropriately) and utilizes supports and accommodations, including assistive technology, to enhance success in classroom settings.
Self Advocacy

Knowledge and Understanding

Poor

Student demonstrates poor understanding of the concept of self advocacy.
Fair

Student demonstrates a limited understanding of assertive self advocacy.
Good

Student demonstrates an effective understanding of assertive self advocacy.
Excellent

Student demonstrates an effective understanding of assertive self advocacy, passive self advocacy and aggressive self advocacy.
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