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CAST 2017 Proposal Scoring Rubric
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CAST 2017 Proposal Scoring Rubric

Scoring Categories: Score 1-4 (4 is highest)

  • Description of Workshop: Proposal contains clear, well written language with easily identifiable session outcomes including how teachers/students will benefit
  • Proposal aligns with TEKS: Specific TEKS listed and limited to the most appropriate, or TEKS are not applicable for this session and it is clearly made evident
  • Professional Development: Proposal conveys new developments, innovative instructional techniques and/or effective methods for improving science instruction and assessment.
  • Appropriate to Grade Level—Session content and materials are appropriate for the suggested audience

 

Categories

Score:
4:
exceeds expectations

Score:
3:
adequately addresses all criteria

Score:
2:
addresses criteria with substantial weaknesses

1: does not adequately address criteria

Description of Workshop

Proposal contains clear, well written language with easily identifiable session outcomes including how teachers/students will benefit

 

The description is adequate.

The description is lacking identifiable session outcomes. The description is unclear.

Proposal Aligns with TEKS

Specific TEKS listed and limited to the most appropriate, or TEKS are not applicable for this session and it is clearly made evident.

General standards are listed with no defined connection to the session or there are too many standards for a focused session.

There are no standards listed and no evidence that shows standards are not needed.

Professional Development

Proposal conveys new developments, innovative instructional techniques and/or effective methods for improving science instruction and assessment.

 

 

Counter Productive

Appropriate to Grade Level

Content, equipment and materials match target, appropriately challenges audience, and applicable to grade level

Workshop is appropriate for

suggested audience or grade level

Content, equipment, and/or materials are not suitable for the addressed audience and/or grade level

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