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Timesheet Rubric: Yearbook

Each day you come into class, you should get your timesheet from the folder on my desk, fill it out before the end of class, and then return it to folder before you leave. The timesheet is a record of the work you have done during class. You will be able to work at your own pace in the class, but the expectation is that you are productive. This means you should come to class every day, arrive on time, and work during the period with minimal or no distractions. By that I mean you are working on yearbook-related projects, not texting or gossiping, or spending an inordinate amount of time setting up music or working on something for another class. We have a job to do, and our job is to create and publish the yearbook! At the end of each week, you and I will sit down together in a conference, look at your timesheet, and talk about ways you are utilizing time in the class and, if necessary, ways you could improve.

Competencies

Absence of Evidence

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Emerging

1

Capable

2

Bridging

3

Proficient

4

Advanced

5

Competencies:

CTE07

Responsibility and Flexibility: Demonstrate responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings.

CTE09

Leadership and Teamwork: Understand effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, the benefits of workplace diversity, and conflict resolution.

P01

Self-management: Take responsibility for changing personal behaviors or acquiring skills that lead to both social and academic success.

P06

Cooperation: Interact with others in ways that are responsive, effective, and demonstrate respect for others ideas, opinions, and contributions.

List behaviors associated with the demonstration of responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings.

Define and label effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, the benefits of workplace diversity, and conflict resolution.

Recognize the need for teamwork in specific work-based situations.

Identify personal behaviors or skills that lead to both social and academic success.

Identify ways to interact with others that are responsive, effective, and respectful.

Collect input from others about interactions.

Student knows the ways he or she should demonstrate responsibility in the class but may choose not to practice those ways.

Student might know what is required of a leader and members of the group, but may not choose to participate.

Summarize behaviors associated with the demonstration of responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings.

Demonstrate a positive work demeanor. Understands and describes why accountability and responsibility is value in the workplace.

Understand and describe effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, the benefits of workplace diversity, and conflict resolution.

Understand responsibilities for changing personal behaviors or acquiring skills that lead to both social and academic success.

Summarize ways to interact with others that are responsive, effective, and respectful.

Understand input from others.

Student knows the ways he or she should demonstrate responsibility in the class, but may not be entirely successful in practicing those ways, even though there is improvement.

Student understands leadership and group dynamics and participates positively most of the time.

Determine and apply behaviors associated with the demonstration of responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings.

With guidance, adapt to varied roles and responsibilities in the work place environment.

Demonstrate effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, the benefits of workplace diversity, and conflict resolution.

Collaborate and cooperate effectively with teams to achieve the intended results of a particular task, a service or a performance.

Use information and feedback on personal behavior to acquire/develop skills that lead to both social and academic success

Utilize input from others to interact in ways that are responsive, effective, and respectful.

Student (sometimes with help and reminders) demonstrates responsibility in meeting class goals.

Students participates positively in leadership and group processes.

Analyze behaviors associated with the demonstration of responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings.

Deals well with praise, but has difficulty bouncing back from criticism and setbacks in a work-based or classroom setting.

Once recovered from setback , can independently assess work-based priorities and determines course of action.

Compare and contrast effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, the benefits of workplace diversity, and conflict resolution to the appropriate situations.

Analyze team mates' skills and personalities to organize and structure work in teams to achieve the intended results of a particular task, a service or a performance.

Analyze personal behaviors and skills related to social and academic success.

Analyze input from others and adjust one's actions to take into account the needs of others and/or the task to be accomplished.

Compare, contrast and classify ways of interacting with each other that are responsive, effective and respectful.

Student demonstrates responsibility in meeting class goals even when things do not go as he or she would wish.

Student participates fully with the group and in leadership roles to accomplish a task.

Modify behaviors associated with the demonstration of responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings based on reading current and future situations.

Evaluate both personal and outside behaviors associated with the demonstration of responsibility and flexibility in personal, workplace, and community settings.

Deals positively with praise, setbacks and criticism from peers and adults in a work-based or classroom setting.

Prioritize tasks, creates action plan to manage work and to achieve the intended results of a particular task, a service or a performance.

Plan for, assess, and produce effective leadership styles, key concepts of group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, the benefits of workplace diversity, and conflict resolution based on appropriate situations.

Motivate peers and adults to reach their very best via example and selflessness.

Leverage strengths of peers to achieve the intended results of a particular task, a service or a performance.

Evaluate and implement a variety of conflict resolution strategies to a range of situations in the workplace.

Evaluate and modify personal behaviors leading to social and academic success.

Evaluate interactions with others.

Seek input from other and assess personal actions against feedback.

Student shows a high level of responsibility and flexibility.

Student takes on leadership roles with ease and can as easily interact as part of the group.

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