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					                           Dispositions' Assessment for HPE Majors

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            KEY: Refer to the RUBRIC TAB for descriptions of each category:
                              1 = Unsatisfactory
                              2 = Marginal
                              3 = Acceptable
                              4 = Proficient
                              5 = Distinguished
                              0 or NA = Not Applicable or Observed
                                                             Class Preparation




                                                                                                                   Rules, Policies, and
                                                                                                                   Respect for School
                                                                                 Relationships with




                                                                                                                                          Communication
                                                                                                      Group Work
                                               Performance
                                  Attendance
                                               In-class




                                                                                 Others




                                                                                                                   Norms




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                                                                                                                HPE Dispositions Rubric

              Unsatisfactory (L1)                                Marginal (L2)                                 Acceptable (L3)                                            Proficient (L4)                                        Distinguished (L5)
                                                                                                              Values Learning and Knowledge
                                                                                                                         Attendance
Exhibits a pattern of tardiness or absence. Fails Exhibits a pattern of tardiness and is       Occasionally misses class. Tries to notify              Consistently attends class and is on time. Usually       Consistently arrives at class early, makes prior
to contact instructor to make arrangements for occasionally absent. Has the attitude that      instructor if going to be absent, or contacts           notifies instructor in advance or arranges to meet       arrangements when absence is necessary, and
missed work. Gives no reason for missing class. absences are not a real problem and that       instructor following absence with reason for            instructor following a missed class. Usually gives       explains reason for absence to instructor. Submits
Sometimes disrupts class by arriving late.        not being in class on time is not important. absence.                                                reason for absence.                                      assignments prior to absences and/or follows up to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                complete missed work. Arranges with classmates or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                instructor to secure handouts or materials presented
                                                                                                                       In-Class Performance                                                                     in class.
Inattentive in class. May fall asleep, read        Occasionally inattentive in class. May chat     Is attentive to what is happening in class.         Actively engaged and interested in class activities.     Shows initiative in class activities. Applies
newspaper, or attend to other materials not        with a neighbor, surf the internet, or attend   Attention is focused on class-related materials     Volunteers to respond to questions. Participates in      knowledge to other situations and makes
related to class. Rarely participates in class     to materials not related to class. Responds     and activities. Responds appropriately when         discussions. Stays focused. Has done necessary           connections with previous learning. Asks questions
discussions. May distract others in the class      when called on but not always with an           called on. Does not distract others in the          preparation for class, including reading of assigned     showing intellectual interest. Seeks to extend
with behaviors or talking.                         appropriate answer.                             classroom.                                          material and completion of any assignments.              understanding through higher-level thinking.

                                                                                                                        Class Preparation
Work completed with little attention to quality. Work usually completed correctly.                 Assignments completed correctly and with            Work is completed with attention to detail, is           Work is of exceptional quality. Shows a desire to
May be sloppy and/or contain errors. Emphasis Assignments are occasionally late.                   accuracy. Work shows basic grasp of the             sequential, and is logical. Shows evidence of            pursue the intended learning at a deep level. Work
is on getting work done rather than learning.                                                      assignment’s intent. Meets assignment               thoughtful analysis of the assignment. Work shows        shows evidence of personal reflection and revision.
Assignments are sometimes late or missing.                                                         deadlines adequately. Makes use of resources        that adequate time and planning were allocated.          Uses an array of quality resources to add to the scope
Uses current knowledge rather than additional                                                      provided to complete work.                          Seeks new resources and additional information to        and depth of project.
resources to complete work. Procrastinates.                                                                                                            complete work.
                                                                                                              Values Diversity and Collaboration
                                                                                                                   Relationship with Others
Usually works only with those of similar ability, Works with others despite differences in       Accepts others despite differences in ability,    Willingly works with others from different ability,          Actively seeks opportunity to work with those of
race, gender, or ethnicity. Rarely interacts with ability, race, gender or ethnicity if required race, gender, or ethnicity. Interacts with others race, gender, or ethnic groups. Welcomes feedback            different ability, race, gender or ethnicity. Actively
others, especially those different than self. Main by the instructor. Reluctantly works with in a polite, courteous, and professional              and interaction with others. Shows genuine concern           seeks interaction and feedback from variety of other
concern appears to be for self, with little        others with minimal civility. Is not aware manner. Shows awareness of others’ needs.            for others and their needs. Listens carefully to others      people. Has compassion for others, putting their
concern for others. Does not listen well.          of needs of others.                           Listens to others and understands them.           and respects their views.                                    needs ahead of his/her own. Listens actively and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                values the opinions of others.

                                                                                                                            Group Work
Puts forth minimal effort and fails to do a fair   Does not make a significant contribution to     Does a fair share of the work. Accepts              Contributes ideas and efforts to the group. Comes to     Promotes group goals by contributing above and
share of the work. Attendance at group             the group. Attends group meetings if            responsibility. Attends group meetings.             meetings prepared and on time. Incorporates ideas        beyond expectations. Comes early to help facilitate
meetings is uneven or absent. Shows little         convenient. Accepts ideas and interactions      Accepts ideas of others. Relates adequately         of others into the group’s activities. Relates well to   group meetings and is well prepared. Encourages the
regard for other people or their ideas. May        of others in the group with little input of     with others and performs basic group                others and promotes group success.                       use of ideas from all. Does everything possible to
actually be a roadblock for getting a project      own.                                            responsibilities.                                                                                            ensure success for the group.
completed. Does not relate well with others.

                                                                                                                 Values Professionalism
                                                                                    Respect for School, Rules, Policies, and Norms (University and Field Placements)

Unaware of school rules and policies.             Aware of some school rules and policies.         Aware of school rules and policies. Usually         Knows school rules and policies. Follows them            Always follows school rules and policies and
Sometimes disregards known policies or            Follows rules when it is convenient.             follows them without being reminded by              consistently. Understands the purpose of regulations     encourages others to respect them. Often exceeds
restrictions. Wants exceptions to be made for                                                      others. Accepts reminders for breaches of rules     and respects their intent. Accepts responsibility for    school rules and policies dealing with dress,
himself/herself, or tries to get around                                                            or policies, and does not attempt to circumvent     personally following them in his/her patterns of         behavior, etc. Shows exemplary patterns of behavior
established rules or behavior, dress, etc. Thinks                                                  them in his/her patterns of behavior, dress, etc.   dress, behavior, etc.                                    with respect to rules and policies dealing with dress,
rules were made for others.                                                                                                                                                                                     behavior, or other aspects of school operation.

                                                                                                                         Communication
Uses incorrect grammar in oral and/or written      Sometimes uses incorrect grammar in oral        Usually uses correct grammar in oral and/or         Uses correct grammar in oral and/or written              Speaking and writing is flawless in terms of
communications. May use slang, profanity,          and/or written communication. Uses              written communication. Generally uses               communication. Communication is free of offensive        grammatical correctness. Language usage is
inappropriate vocabulary, or offensive             language that is offensive when thinks with     language that is appropriate and not offensive.     or inappropriate language. Uses language to express      conventional and respectful. Is articulate and/or
language. Does not express ideas clearly. May      peers only. Sometimes uses distracting          Can convey ideas accurately.                        ideas very effectively regardless of the age of the      persuasive when expressing ideas.
display distracting language habits (e.g.,         language.                                                                                           listener.
repetition of words or phrases, such as “okay”
or “like”).

                   Dispositions will be used at critical decision points to help ascertain whether or not the teacher candidate progresses.
                   L2 will trigger notification of advisor and teacher candidate. The teacher candidate’s dispositions will be revisited in the next semester of enrollment.
                   L1 will require a documented remediation plan.

Adapted From: Wayda, V. & Lund, J. (2005). Assessing dispositions: An unresolved challenge in teacher education, JOPERD, 76 (1), 34-41.

				
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