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WBL Evaluation & Assessment Plan 
The goal of Work-Based Learning is to assist students to be college and career ready through authentic connections to business and industry in a field related to the student's career interest.
Rubric Code: U235B64
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Subject: Vocational  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate


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The goal of work- based learning is to assist students to be college and career ready through authentic connections to business and industry in a field related to the student's career interest.
 

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1. Organization

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None of the WBL curriculum is -to-date, Or, no documentation was provided to make that determination.
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Several significant weaknesses in the WBL Curriculum (Content no longer viable for marketing, etc).
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WBL Curriculum in Need of Revision (One or more years out of date; content weak for marketing, etc).
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Up-to-date WBL Curriculum
(Current or due for review within the next academic year).
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Progressive WBL Curriculum with updates as the need arises to address student and market needs - usually before the 5 year review.
2. Student Enrolment

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No documentation to date of student enrolment in WBL program.
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Weak enrolment documentation founded.
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Enrolment documentation needs improvement in organization
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Up-to-date enrolment documentation in place
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Excellent enrolment documentation in place. 6 years of WBL information is filed and found easily in orderly fashion.
3. Student Attendance

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Lack of justification of student attendance or lack of documentation to support attendance operations at home school district, CTE center, and WBL worksite experience.
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Minimal justification of student attendance or minimal documentation to support attendance operations at home school district, CTE center, and WBL worksite experience
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Moderate to low justification of attendance. Improvement needed at 1 or 2 of the locations.
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High to moderate justification of attendance is usually provide by all 3 locations.
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Justification of attendance is provided by all 3 locations.
4. Strategic Goals

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No visible activities relative to published strategic goals.
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Relative activities to support 1 strategic goal.
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Demonstrated activities to support 2 strategic goals.
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Demonstrated activities to support 3 or 4 strategic goals.
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Demonstrated activities to support all five strategic goals.
5. Sound Teaching Practices

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No sound teaching practices are evident in the documentation.
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Uneven and often poor teaching practices and results.
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A need for attention to be directed to some aspects of the teaching enterprise.
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Documentation of generally sound teaching practices.
4

Excellent use of sound teaching practices and creative learning activities are documented.
6. Teamwork & Partnerships

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No teamwork or partnerships documented.
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Teamwork and partnership mentioned but no real life examples.
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State the importance and is making plans to develop teamwork and partnerships in the program.
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Demonstrates the use of teamwork and partnerships within program. Has been meeting with advisory group at least once a year.
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Has set rules or guidelines to practice teamwork or utilize partnerships on a consistent basis throughout the year.
7. Stakeholders

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No documentation to support the consideration of stakeholders in making decisions.
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Slight mention of stakeholders.
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Some concern and vision regarding stakeholders and their needs.
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Several examples of program recognizing importance of stakeholders and using their input to make decisions.
4

Excellent activities or examples of involving stakeholders in improving quality.
8. Personal Development

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No WBL student member/employee personal development apparent.
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Program is making plans for student member/employee development.
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Program has provided some professional development opportunities to a few student members & employees.
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Program offers professional development to every student member/employee related to the program.
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Program encourages and offers professional development to all program members.
9. Evaluation Procedures

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Lack of effective evaluation procedures.
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Minimal use of evaluation procedures.
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Evaluation procedures which are not as effective as they could be.
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Routine use of evaluation procedures for most aspects of the program’s outcomes.
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Routine use of excellent evaluation procedures for all aspects of the program.
10. Student/Mentee Satisfaction

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Lack of documentation of student/Mentee satisfaction within the program.
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Dissatisfaction expressed by student/Mentee in their educational experience with some evidence of steps to improve student satisfaction.
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Some satisfaction of student/mentee with their educational experience and some documented evidence with regard to raising student satisfaction.
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Moderate to high student/Mentee satisfaction with the program.
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Strong student/Mentee satisfaction with the program.
11. Student Competencies

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Lacks proficiency & interest in skills related to WBL site and(or) needs more in-depth training on safety and instructional concepts of trade related area. Work attitude needs improvement. No self reflection demonstrated
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Minimal proficiency and(or) interest in skills related to WBL site and(or) needs improved training on safety and instructional concepts of trade related area. Prompted self reflection shown
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Meets proficiency or interest in skills related to WBL site but lacks proficiency in one of the two areas. Demonstrates some self reflection
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Demonstrates proficiency and interest at worksite but improvement needed in self reflection.
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Excellent competencies demonstrated in all areas of skilled proficiencies & interests related to worksite and WBL experiences. Exemplar self reflection of areas of ability and weakness. Sets realistic goals of improvement
12. 21st Century Skills

Critical thinking/problem solving
Ethics/social responsibility Creativity/innovation
Professionalism/work ethic
Lifelong learning/self-direction

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Student/mentee demonstrates no 21st century skills
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Student/mentee demonstrates few 21st century skills
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Student/mentee demonstrates some 21st century skills
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Student/mentee demonstrates proficiency 21st century skills
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Student/mentee demonstrates exemplar 21st century skills
13. WBL Effects

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Student has shown little to no improvement in home school/CTE regarding motivation in attendance, coursework, hands on skills or developing personal soft skills in respect of WBL program
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Student has shown some improvement in home school/CTE areas regarding motivation in attendance, coursework, hands on skills or developing personal soft skills in respect of WBL program
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Student has shown improvement in home school/CTE areas regarding motivation in attendance, coursework, hands on skills or developing personal soft skills in respect of WBL program
3

Student has shown great improvement in home school/CTE areas regarding motivation in attendance, coursework, hands on skills or developing personal soft skills in respect of WBL program
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Student has shown exemplar improvement in home school/CTE areas regarding motivation in attendance, coursework, hands on skills or developing personal soft skills in respect of the WBL program
14. Career/Post Secondary Plans

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Student has shown no aspirations of continuing education or future employment in chosen career trade area of study during CTE. The WBL program did not change mindset and student has attained few transferable skills. Student showed little to no engagement in their education.
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Student has shown some aspirations of continuing education or future employment in a different trade area not chosen for study during CTE. The WBL program has inspired an open mindset to new opportunities. Some transferable skills have been attained.
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Student has shown improved aspirations of continuing education for future employment in chosen career trade area of study during CTE. The WBL program has inspired an open mindset to trade area. WBL experience has improved student transferable skills
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Student has shown great improvement in aspirations of continuing education for future employment in chosen career trade area of study during CTE. The WBL program has inspired an open mindset to trade area along with proficient transferable skills
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Student has shown exemplary improvement in aspirations of continuing education for future employment in chosen career trade area of study during CTE. The WBL program has inspired a growth mindset and the desire to be a lifelong learner in trade area along with exemplar proficiencies in transferable skills
15. WBL & Extraarticular Activities

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Student felt that the WBL program halted all extraarticular activities available at home school such as sports, clubs, theater and music, and/or fear of not being able to keep up with grades overall.
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Student felt that the WBL program prevented some extraarticular activities available at home school such as sports, clubs, theater and music. Student was mildly concerned about grades and keeping up overall.
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Student felt that the WBL program prevented some extraarticular activities available at home school such as sports, clubs, theater and music. Student was not concerned about keeping up with all activities including WBL.
3

Student felt that the WBL program did not prevent extraarticular activities available at home school because they had no interest in them. Student was not concerned about keeping up overall.
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Student felt that the WBL program did not prevent extraarticular activities available at home school such as sports, clubs, theater and music. Student was not concerned about keeping up overall. Indicated excitement to add WBL to their list of activities.
16. Worksite Descriptions

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No quality worksite(s) available within bus route and(or) homeschool district region or student has no means of transportation
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Minimal worksites available or of low to mediocre quality within bus route and(or) homeschool district region or student has limited means of transportation
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Some worksites available of mediocre to high quality within bus route and(or) homeschool district region, or student has limited means of transportation
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Sufficient worksites available of high quality within bus route and(or) homeschool district region or student has proficient means of transportation to local & outer district locations.
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Surplus of worksites available of high quality within bus route and(or) homeschool district region. Student has means of transportation to local & outer district locations.
17. Employer/Worksite Sponsor Satisfaction

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Lack of Employer/Worksite Sponsor documentation of satisfaction within the program.
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Dissatisfaction expressed by Employer/Worksite Sponsor in their WBL experience with some evidence of steps to improve student satisfaction.
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Some satisfaction expressed by Employer/Worksite Sponsor in their WBL experience with some evidence with regard to raising satisfaction.
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Moderate to high Employer/Worksite Sponsor satisfaction with WBL program.
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Strong Employer/Worksite Sponsor satisfaction with WBL program.
18. Employer/Worksite Sponsor Competencies

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Employer/Worksite Sponsor lacks proficiency & interest in mentoring student(s) in skills related to site and(or) needs more in-depth information on safety and instructional concepts of WBL program. Little to no communication with WBL Coordinator
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Employer/Worksite Sponsor demonstrates some proficiency & interest in mentoring student(s) in skills related to site and(or) needs some information on safety and instructional concepts of WBL program. Some communication with WBL Coordinator has been made
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Employer/Worksite Sponsor demonstrates moderate proficiency & interest in mentoring student(s) in skills related to site and(or) needs little to no information on safety and instructional concepts of WBL program. Communication with WBL Coordinator is sufficient.
3

Employer/Worksite Sponsor demonstrates proficiency & interest in mentoring student(s) in skills related to site and(or) needs no information on safety and instructional concepts of WBL program. Communication with WBL Coordinator is sufficient.
4

Employer/Worksite Sponsor is above average and goes above and beyond proficiencies & interest in mentoring student(s) in skilled trade area related to site and(or) areas of safety and instructional concepts of WBL program. Communication with WBL Coordinator is excellent.
19. WBL Outcomes

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No documentation of student outcomes 1, 3,& 7 years after ending program
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Minimal documentation of student outcomes 1, 3,& 7 years after ending program
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Some documentation of student outcomes 1, 3,& 7 years after ending program
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High to moderate justification of student outcomes 1, 3,& 7 years after ending program
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Exemplar justification of student outcomes 1, 3,& 7 years after ending program
20. Cost Per Student

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No documentation of program costs.
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Average is extremely high.
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Average is moderately high.
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Program average falls within the average range of budgeting.
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Program average falls below the budget average.



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  • WBL Program Review







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