Criteria |
Work meets standard of excellence |
Work meets standard of proficiency |
Work meets acceptable standard |
Work does not yet meet acceptable standard |
Connections:
Connects mathematical concepts to real-world phenomena |
Makes insightful connections between real-world contexts and mathematical ideas. |
Makes meaningful connections between real-world contexts and mathematical ideas. |
Makes simple connections between real-world contexts and mathematical ideas. |
Makes minimal or weak connections between real-world contexts and mathematical ideas. |
Connections:
Applies knowledge or skills in new contexts |
Demonstrates a sophisticated ability to transfer knowledge and skills to new contexts. |
Demonstrates a consistent ability to transfer knowledge and skills to new contexts. |
Demonstrates some ability to transfer knowledge and skills to new contexts. |
Demonstrates a limited ability to transfer knowledge and skills to new contexts. |
Communication:
Explains mathematical concepts and/or procedures |
Provides a precise and insightful explanation of mathematical concepts and/or procedures. |
Provides a clear and logical explanation of mathematical concepts and/or procedures. |
Provides a partially clear explanation of mathematical concepts and/or procedures. |
Provides a vague and/or inaccurate explanation of mathematical concepts and/or procedures. |
Communication:
Organizes and displays results. |
Organizes and displays results in effective and clear ways that enhance interpretation. |
Organizes and displays results in appropriate and clear ways that enhance interpretation. |
Organizes and displays results in somewhat appropriate and partially clear ways that make inferring necessary by the reader. |
Organizes and displays results in haphazard and unclear ways that impede interpretation. |