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NYSED SLMPE Rubric: Instructional Design

Description

 

  • Learners follow the inquiry process to define problems, frame questions, and utilize critical thinking skills, analyze, synthesize, and reflect on information effectively through instruction designed to ensure their continued development
  • Values: Cultural Responsiveness, Intellectual Freedom

Examples

  • authentic investigations
  • unit plans
  • lesson plans
  • learner analysis
  • diagnostic assessments
  • differentiation
  • modeling and guided practice
  • independent practice
  • reflection and sharing
  • formative and summative assessments
  • scaffolding of skills
  • reflection logs
  • process portfolios
  • reflective note taking
  • rubrics
  • peer questioning

 

Distinguished

Proficient

Basic

Below Basic

Instructional design through library program is planned with teachers and follows design process that includes analysis of learners, clear outcomes, alignment with standards, flexible teaching and co-teaching strategies, integration of diverse resources and emerging technology, and assessment;

Instructional design through library program follows design process that includes analysis of learners, clear outcomes, alignment with standards, flexible teaching strategies, integration of diverse resources, and assessment;

Instructional design through library program includes some elements of design process, clear outcomes, flexible teaching strategies, integration of resources, and assessment;
 

Instructional design through library program is based upon immediate needs rather than design process, focusing on activities and resources rather than clear learning outcomes and assessment;

Instruction is designed to personalize learning and empower all learners to inquire deeply, include diverse perspectives, collaborate with others, explore new ideas, curate resources, and engage fully in the community of learners. 

Instruction is designed to teach learners to inquire, include diverse perspectives, collaborate with others, explore new ideas, curate resources, and engage in the community of learners.

Instruction is designed to teach learners to inquire, collaborate with others, explore new ideas, and curate resources.

Instruction is focused on teaching students to complete activities rather than learn the underlying skills of inquiry, collaboration, exploration, or curation.