Assessment Directions and Example
Moving To Success
Student Performance Rubric Score Sheet
Grade: ____K___ PE Teacher: _Ms Jones___________
K-6-Basketball Dribble Motor Task: SW perform a basketball dribble for twenty seconds with control while moving through space.
Crit. Level 4 Consistently Level 3 Usually Level 2 Sometimes Level 1 Seldom
1 dribbles using a pushing action with the dribbles using a pushing action with the dribbles using a pushing action with the dribbles using a pushing action with the
fingers fingers fingers fingers
2 pushes the ball out in front of the body pushes the ball out in front of the body pushes the ball out in front of the body pushes the ball out in front of the body
when dribbling when dribbling when dribbling when dribbling
3 maintains a slight bend in the knees and maintains a slight bend in the knees and maintains a slight bend in the knees and maintains a slight bend in the knees and
hips hips hips hips
4 maintains appropriate rebound height maintains appropriate rebound height maintains appropriate rebound height maintains appropriate rebound height
5 dribbles with head up dribbles with head up dribbles with head up dribbles with head up
6 dribbles with tempo dribbles with tempo dribbles with tempo dribbles with tempo
NS Not Scored DNFD-Did Not Follow Directions DNF-Did Not Finish A-Absent
Student Name Student Information Criterion Criterion Criterion Criterion Criterion Criterion Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 Competent 18 or higher
Not Competent 10 or lower
Johnny Smith 4 3 3 4 4 4 22
Jane Smith 4 3 1 2 3 2 15
Bobby Jones 2 2 3 2 1 1 11
Betty Jones 4 4 4 4 4 3 23
Rubric Criterion Column: There are six criteria for this Four Rubric Levels: All motor tasks have four rubric Criterion Score Column: Place Total Column Scoring
rubric example. The number of criterion for the motor levels. The levels read from top to bottom within the the rubric level number Key
tasks varies from three to six. The criteria read from column or, from the first criteria to the last. In this student’s score in the criterion
left to right or from Level Four to Level One. example it would be from criterion 1 to 6. score column.
Directions for Completing After observing the student’s performance, identify the Rubric Level of
Student Rubric Score Sheet performance for each of the Rubric Criteria.
The score sheet is in Microsoft 7 Word format. This allows for data to be typed as Write that score in the blank under the corresponding criteria on the student’s
well as hand written. Teachers should fill in all pre-assessment information before row.
assessing the students. Assessment data can be completed while viewing the Repeat this for each criterion column for each student being assessed. In this
assessment videos. This is not the most accurate way to assess students. Using example, it would be six scores for each student because there are six criteria
video allows the opportunity for multiple observations rather than just once when for Rubric Level.
observing it live. The student data can also be recorded following the assessment Add the number in each column and write the total in the Total column.
process. Teachers should familiarize themselves with the criteria for each rubric Use the key in the Total column to determine if the student is competent or non
level before they begin assessing the students. competent. The student must average a Level III to be scored competent.
In the above example, the students with the scores 22 and 23 are competent.
The Rubric Criterion Column matches with the criteria listed under each level.
The students with the score 15 and 11 are non competent.
The number of criteria will vary from motor task to motor task. In the above rubric
Teachers may want to consider that a student cannot be scored competent in
score sheet there are six criteria for each rubric level. The following are the
directions to determine if a student’s is competent or non competent in the motor dance and body management if they earn a score of one(1).
task being assessed. It is essential that teachers read the section on assessment (Page 15) prior to
beginning assessment process.