Tatanka STEM School 4 C's Rubrics

Wednesday Dec 7, 16
Students use this rubric to build upon the 4 C's skills they are learning

 

Tatanka Elementary School

STEM

 

4 C's Rubrics

Communication

Collaboration

Creativity & Innovation

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving


 

Communication

 

4

3

2

1

Oral Communication

Student consistently articulates thoughts and ideas using oral communication skills.

 

Student often articulates thoughts and ideas using oral communication skills.

 

Student sometimes articulates thoughts and ideas using oral communication skills.

 

Student rarely articulates thoughts and ideas using oral communication skills.

 

Written Communication

Student consistently articulates thoughts and ideas using written communication skills.

 

Student often articulates thoughts and ideas using written communication skills.

 

Student sometimes articulates thoughts and ideas using written communication skills.

 

Student rarely articulates thoughts and ideas using written communication skills.

 

Listening

Student consistently listens to gain meaning.

 

Student often listens to gain meaning.

 

Student sometimes listens to gain meaning.

 

Student rarely listens to gain meaning.

 

 

 

Collaboration

 

4

3

2

1

Working with Others

Student consistently listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of the group.

 

Student often listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of the group.

 

Student sometimes listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of the group.

 

Student rarely listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of the group.

 

Contributions

Student consistently contributes to the group to accomplish a shared goal.

 

Student often contributes to the group to accomplish a shared goal.

 

Student sometimes contributes to the group to accomplish a shared goal.

 

Student rarely contributes to the group to accomplish a shared goal.

 

Responsibility

Student consistently assumes shared responsibility for collaborative work.

 

Student often assumes shared responsibility for collaborative work.

 

Student sometimes assumes shared responsibility for collaborative work.

 

Student rarely assumes shared responsibility for collaborative work.

 

Respect

Student consistently values the individual contributions made by each group member.

 

Student often values the individual contributions

made by each group member.

 

Student sometimes values the individual contributions

made by each group member.

 

Student rarely values the individual contributions

made by each group member.

 

 

 

 

Creativity & Innovation

 

4

3

2

1

Flexibility

Student consistently combines ideas to solve a problem, address an issue, or make something new.

 

Student often combines ideas to solve a problem, address an issue, or make something new.

 

Student sometimes combines ideas to solve a problem, address an issue, or make something new.

 

Student rarely combines ideas to solve a problem, address an issue, or make something new.

 

Elaborate

Student consistently develops and expands ideas.

 

Student often develops and expands ideas.

 

Student sometimes develops and expands ideas.

 

Student rarely develops and expands ideas.

 

Curiosity

Student consistently seeks additional information when solving a problem or encountering a new idea.

 

Student often seeks additional information when solving a problem or encountering a new idea.

 

Student sometimes seeks additional information when solving a problem or encountering a new idea.

 

Student rarely seeks additional information when solving a problem or encountering a new idea.

 

Risk-Taking

Student is consistently willing to take chances and view failure as an opportunity to learn.

 

Student is often willing to take chances and view failure as an opportunity to learn.

 

Student is sometimes willing to take chances and view failure as an opportunity to learn.

 

Student is rarely willing to take chances and view failure as an opportunity to learn.

 

 

 

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving

 

4

3

2

1

Identify the Problem: Ask

With guidance, student consistently identifies and seeks information to understand the problem.

 

With guidance, student often identifies and seeks information to understand the problem.

 

With guidance, student sometimes identifies and seeks information to understand the problem.

 

With guidance, student rarely identifies and seeks information to understand the problem.

 

Brainstorm Solutions or Strategies: Imagine

 

With guidance, student consistently brainstorms solutions or strategies to solve a problem.

 

With guidance, student often brainstorms solutions or strategies to solve a problem.

 

With guidance, student sometimes brainstorms solutions or strategies to solve a problem.

 

With guidance, student rarely brainstorms solutions or strategies to solve a problem.

 

Develop and Select a Plan

 

With guidance, student consistently selects a problem solving strategy and develops a plan to use it.

 

With guidance, student often selects a problem solving strategy and develops a plan to use it.

 

With guidance, student sometimes selects a problem solving strategy and develops a plan to use it.

 

With guidance, student rarely selects a problem solving strategy and develops a plan to use it.

 

Implement a Plan: Create

With guidance, student consistently uses a selected plan.

 

With guidance, student often uses a selected plan.

 

With guidance, student sometimes uses a selected plan.

 

With guidance, student rarely uses a selected plan.

 

Evaluate and Improve a Plan

With guidance, student consistently reflects in order to improve the plan.

 

With guidance, student often reflects in order to improve the plan.

 

With guidance, student sometimes reflects in order to improve the plan.

 

With guidance, student rarely reflects in order to improve the plan.