Teaching at the Elementary School

Cooperating teacherís evaluation of student performance

Studentís name: ________________________

Teacherís name: ________________________

Lessonís name:†† ________________________

Lessonís date:†† ________________________

 

To the cooperating teacher- Please evaluate the studentís performance in your classroom for each lesson.Four copies of the following rubric have been provided for your assessments.Thank you for your help!

 

 

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Punctuality

 

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Arrives before assigned time, allowing for set-up/ preparation.

 

Arrives at assigned time.

Arrives 1 to 5 minutes after assigned time.

Arrives more than 5 minutes after assigned time.

Appearance

 

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Attire is professional and suggests an awareness of expectations.

Attire does not seem out of place or disrespectful to the audience.

 

Attire may convey disrespect for the audience.

Attire is entirely inappropriate and conveys disrespect for the audience.

Materials

 

 

 

 

 

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Illustrations, charts, cards, or other visual/auditory aids are clear, demonstrate creativity and successfully attribute to the understandings of the important information conveyed to the audience.

 

Illustrations, charts, cards, or other visual/auditory aids are clear and contribute to the understanding of the information conveyed to the audience.

Illustrations, charts, cards, or other visual/auditory aids are not clear and rarely contribute to the understanding of the information conveyed to the audience.

Illustrations, charts, cards, or other visual/auditory aids are not clear and do not contribute to the understanding of the information conveyed to the audience, or are non-existent.

Delivery

 

 

 

 

 

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Voice adds interest, and engages the audience.Eye contact is maintained throughout the presentation.Movement focuses attention and interest appropriately.

Voice is pleasing but lacks consistent engagement of the audience.Eye contact is maintained most of the time.Appropriate movement is evident.

Voice is mechanical or insecure.Eye contact is limited.Movement distracts from the delivery of the message

Voice does not show concern for the audience or task.Eye contact and movement are nonexistent.