Rubrics are usually used as assessment tools to measure performance. They are scoring guides that don’t depend on a numerical score. Instead, they list a full range of criteria to assess performance and they describe varying degrees of quality for each element.
A benefit of rubrics is that they provide benchmarks of progress and can help point to next steps for individuals and entire schools.
This implementation rubric helps you assess your status as a practicing professional learning community.
You might choose to use the rubric in a range of ways. For example:
The following documents will provide you a comprehensive PLC implementation rubric, a summary response sheet, and some questions for reflection and discussion.
|PLC Rubric ||129.5 KB|
|Summary Response Sheet ||41 KB|
|Questions for Rubric Reflection and Discussion ||30.5 KB|