Round Table Assessment RTA Rubric by liaoguiguo

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                                                           Athelstone Schools
                                         Roundtable Assessment Rubric
Student: ______________________                  Teacher: ______________________                                 Date:                 /           /

                  Developmental Competence in Roundtable Assessment
                                          1                                2                               3                                 4

1. Organisation             limited information              basic grasp of information    logical interesting and          logical, interesting and
                            sequence still developing        sequence not fully             sequential information            sequential information
                                                               organised                     some resources organised         resources organised
                                                                                             some evidence of practice        evidence of practice
                                                                                             within time limit                perseverance


2. Subject Knowledge        minimal information and          brief information and         sufficient information           detailed accurate
                             knowledge shown                   limited knowledge shown       adequate knowledge of the         information
                                                                                              topic                            depth of knowledge
                                                                                             able to answer most              able to explain and
                                                                                              questions                         elaborate

3. Speaking Skills          lacks audibility/                audible but not always        audible, lucid, coherent         clear and correct
                             articulation / clarity            clearly articulated            delivery                          articulation
                            minimal eye contact              some eye contact              expression and confidence        expressive
                                                                                              evident                          enthusiastic and confident
                                                                                             eye contact                      eye contact
                                                                                                                               well paced delivery


4. Creativity               little creative energy used      added a few original          was creative at times            was extremely creative and
                             during this project               touches to enhance the        thoughtfully and uniquely         presented with originality
                            predictable                       project but did not            presented                        a unique approach that truly
                                                               incorporate it throughout                                        enhanced the project


5. Presentation               little organization evident    organised in a logical        well organised                   extremely well organised
                              difficult to follow             manner                        transitions were easy to         smooth transitions
                              limited use of visual aids     some transitions were          follow                           great variety of visual aids
                              minimal interaction with        easy to follow                used a variety of visual aids     and multimedia
                               the audience                   limited variety of visual     held the audience’s              rapport with audience and
                                                               aids                           attention most of the time        held the audience’s
                                                              some interaction with the      and responded to questions        attention throughout
                                                               audience

6. Heart Hand Mind          enjoyment for topic              interest for topic            enthusiasm for topic evident     passion for topic evident
                             demonstrated                       demonstrated                 practised skills and             demonstrated practised
                            some skills evident              skills and techniques          techniques clearly                skills and techniques with
                            adequate information               demonstrated                  demonstrated                      evidence of understanding
                                                              some evidence of new          informative evidence of          evidence of new learning
                                                                learning                      new learning                      and depth of knowledge
                                                                                                                               brought in personal; ideas
                                                                                                                                and information to enhance
                                                                                                                                project

7. Essential Learnings      several identified without       some identified with          all five identified with some    all five clearly identified
                             elaboration                       limited elaboration            elaboration                       with elaboration

8. Letter Mechanics           incomplete letter format       appropriate letter format     appropriate letter format        appropriate letter format
                              introduction to panel            with support                 introduction to panel            introduction to panel
                              topic/s mentioned              introduction to panel         topic/s outlined                 topic/s outlined
                              paragraphing, spelling,        topic/s mentioned             essential learnings              essential learnings outlined
                               punctuation and grammar        essential learnings            mentioned                        original concluding
                               required editing                 mentioned                    concluding statement              statement
                                                              concluding statement          most paragraphing, spelling,     paragraphing, spelling,
                                                              some paragraphing,             punctuation and grammar           punctuation and grammar
                                                                spelling, punctuation and     correct                           correct
                                                                grammar correct




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used, see http://www.sacsa.sa.edu.au/
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Roundtable assessment

          Roundtable Assessment

          PANEL COMMENT

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         Panel Members:            (1) Class Teacher _______________________________



                                            Signed:      …………………………………………


                                    (2)               ___________________________________



                                            Signed: …………………………………………...




          STUDENT COMMENT

         ___________________________________________________________
         ___________________________________________________________
         ___________________________________________________________
         ___________________________________________________________
         ___________________________________________________________
         ___________________________________________________________
         ___________________________________________________________


         Student Name::            _______________________________



                 Signed:           ……………………………………….

Our thanks go to Athelstone Primary School for permission to use these materials. For the full context in which this material was
used, see http://www.sacsa.sa.edu.au/
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Roundtable assessment


                                                                                     ATHELSTONE SCHOOLS
                                                                                  MIDDLE SCHOOLING - Year 6/7

                                                                                              STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
                                                                                                  Caregiver Survey
Student: ..........................................................                                                   Date: ................................................................
Parent/Caregivers: .............................................................................................................................
We thank you for taking this opportunity to become involved in your child’s learning by attending their
presentation.
In our efforts to continue to improve and develop the overall assessment of student learning, we would
appreciate you taking the time to answer the following questions and placing this form in the caregiver survey
boxes provided.

1       Did your child discuss their presentation with you during the preparation stage?                                                                                                                     Yes           No
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
2       Do you feel that you know more about the following aspects of your child’s
        learning? (Tick the boxes of those that are applicable.)
                   Their strengths and interests                                                                                                                                                            
                   Their favourite areas of learning                                                                                                                                                        
                   The ways that they learn                                                                                                                                                                 
                   Aspects of their schooling you can support and encourage
                                                                                                                                                                                                             
3       Did providing the opportunity for you to attend this presentation make you feel a                                                                                                                    Yes           No
        part of your child’s learning?                                                                                                                                                                                    
4a      Did the information sent home/parent information session provide you with                                                                                                                            Yes           No
        enough information about the presentations?                                                                                                                                                                       
4b      If not, did you attend the parent information session?                                                                                                                                               Yes           No
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
5       Was the scheduling of appointments flexible enough?                                                                                                                                                  Yes           No
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
6       Did you believe the presentations are a worthwhile experience and an                                                                                                                                 Yes           No
        appropriate form of assessment?                                                                                                                                                                                   
7       What improvements would you recommend for future presentations?
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Our thanks go to Athelstone Primary School for permission to use these materials. For the full context in which this material was
used, see http://www.sacsa.sa.edu.au/

								
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