Learning Habits

Lindsay Clark (Banned)
By Lindsay Clark 1807 days ago

During October, students are evaluated in each class on four learning habits, which can be found below. In newMedia Lab, the students will jointly determine with the instructor where they currently fit on the rubric with the 8 criteria, the average of which will be taken. The scores are out of 7.

Organization

Student is able to

  • (A) Utilize Time-Management: use time effectively in class; keep to deadlines.
  • (B) Utilize Self-Management: arrive prepared and organize learning materials.

Communication

Student is able to:

  • (A) Participate and inform others, present information using a variety of media and methods.

Collaboration

Student is able to:

  • (A) Work in groups, delegate and take responsibility, adapt to roles, resolve conflicts, and demonstrate teamwork.
  • (B) Accept others, analyze and respect others’ strengths/limitations and others’ points of view.

Thinking

Student is able to:

  • (A) Apply knowledge and concepts: apply knowledge and concepts through logical reasoning to arrive at and support conclusions/arguments.
  • (B) Identify problems: identify problems, evaluate possible solutions, and justify an effective solution to a problem.
  • (C) Reflect: use teacher feedback to inform performance and target academic improvement
Revision History

Criteria 

7-6 

5-4 

3-2 

Organization (A) 

Student consistently uses time effectively to complete tasks. 

Student often uses time effectively to complete tasks. 

Student sometimes uses time effectively to complete tasks. 

Student rarely uses time effectively to complete tasks. 

Organization (B) 

Student is consistently prepared for tasks and able to use available resources to complete tasks. 

Student is mostly prepared for tasks and able to use available resources to complete tasks. 

Student is sometimes prepared for tasks and able to use available resources to complete tasks. 

Student is rarely prepared for tasks and/or able to use available resources to complete tasks. 

Communication (A) 

Student can consistently participate in class and communicate information and ideas clearly and coherently using appropriate means and register. 

Student can often participate in class, and/or communicate information and ideas clearly and coherently using appropriate means and register. 

Student can sometimes participate in class, and/or communicate information and ideas clearly and coherently using appropriate means and register. 

Student rarely participates in class, and/or communicates information and ideas clearly and coherently using appropriate means and register. 

Collaboration (A) 

Student can consistently resolve conflict, accept and complete tasks, and participate in group discussions/tasks. 

Student can often resolve conflict, accept and complete tasks, and participate in group discussions/tasks. 

Student can sometimes resolve conflict, accept and complete tasks, and participate in group discussions/tasks. 

Student rarely resolves conflict, accepts and/or completes tasks, and/or participates in group discussions/tasks. 

Collaboration (B) 

Student consistently considers/accommodates others’ personal strengths/limitations and/or points of view when working together to complete tasks. 

Student often considers/accommodates others’ personal strengths/limitations and/or points of view when working together to complete tasks. 

Student sometimes considers/accommodates others’ personal strengths/limitations and/or points of view when working together to complete tasks. 

Student rarely considers/accommodates others’ personal strengths/limitations and/or points of view when working together to complete tasks. 

Thinking (A) 

Student can consistently apply knowledge and concepts through logical reasoning to support their conclusions/argument 

Student can often apply knowledge and concepts through logical reasoning to support their conclusion/argument. 

Student can sometimes apply knowledge and concepts through logical reasoning to support their conclusions/argument 

Student rarely applies knowledge and concepts through logical reasoning to support their conclusions/argument 

Thinking (B) 

Student can consistently identify problems, evaluate possible solutions, and/or identify and justify an effective solution to a problem. 

Student can often identify problems, evaluate possible solutions, and identify and/or justify an effective solution to a problem. 

Student can sometimes identify problems, evaluate possible solutions, and/or identify and justify an effective solution to a problem. 

Student cannot identify problems, evaluate possible solutions, and/or identify and justify an effective solution to a problem. 

Thinking (C) 

Student consistently uses teacher feedback to identify areas for improvement and work towards them 

Student often uses teacher feedback to identify areas for improvement and work towards them 

Student sometimes uses teacher feedback to identify areas for improvement and work towards them 

Student rarely uses teacher feedback to identify areas for improvement and work towards them