Rubric for Lesson Plan Development

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Beginning

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Developing

2

Accomplished

3

Exemplary

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Instruction Goals and Objectives

 

Instructional goals and objectives are not stated. Learners can not tell what is expected of them. Learners can not determine what they should know and be able to do as a result of learning and instruction.

Instructional goals and objectives are stated but are not easy to understand. Learners are given some information regarding what is expected of them. Learners are not given enough information to determine what they should know and be able to do as a result of learning and instruction.

Instructional goals and objectives are stated. Learners have an understanding of what is expected of them. Learners can determine what they should know and be able to do as a result of learning and instruction.

Instructional goals and objectives clearly stated. Learners have a clear understanding of what is expected of them. Learners can determine what they should know and be able to do as a result of learning and instruction.

 

Instructional Strategies

 

 

Instructional strategies are missing or strategies used are inappropriate.

Some instructional strategies are appropriate for learning outcome(s). Some strategies are based on a combination of practical experience,theory, research and documented best practice.

Most instructional strategies are appropriate for learning outcome(s). Most strategies are based on a combination of practical experience,theory, research and documented best practice.

Instructional strategies appropriate for learning outcome(s). Strategy based on a combination of practical experience,theory, research and documented best practice.

 

Assessment

 

 

Method for assessing student learning and evaluating instruction is missing.

Method for assessing student learning and evaluating instruction is vaguely stated. Assessment is teacher dependent.

Method for assessing student learning and evaluating instruction is present. Can be readily used for expert, peer, and/or self-evaluation.

Method for assessing student learning and evaluating instruction is clearly delineated and authentic. Can be readily used for expert, peer, and/or self-evaluation.

 

Technology Used

 

Selection and application of technologies is inappropriate (or nonexistant) for learning environment and outcomes.

Selection and application of technologies is beginning to be appropriate for learning environment and outcomes. Technologies applied do not affect learning.

Selection and application of technologies is basically appropriate for learning environment and outcomes. Some technologies applied enhance learning.

Selection and application of technologies is appropriate for learning environment and outcomes. Technologies applied to enhance learning.

Materials Needed

Material list is missing.

Some materials necessary for student and teacher to complete lesson are listed, but list is incomplete.

Most materials necessary for student and teacher to complete lesson are listed.

All materials necessary for student and teacher to complete lesson clearly listed.

Organization and Presentation

Lesson plan is unorganized and not presented in a neat manner.

Lesson plan is organized, but not professionally presented.

Lesson plan is organized and neatly presented.

Complete package presented in well organized and professional fashion.

Total Points


 Written by Debi Tisdell, Last updated 07/01/99.

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This course was developed as a part of the
1999 Technology Literacy Challenge Fund Summer Institute.
For more information about this course contact Debi Tisdell (debi_tisdell@notes.k12.hi.us)