COMMON MATH ASSIGNMENT - RUBRIC
Suggestions for Correcting CMAs and General Guide for Rating the Level of Accomplishment
A reader will evaluate the responses to the questions on a scale of 1 to 4. Based on evaluations of designated subsets of the questions, the reader will evaluate each dimension (A,B,C,D) on a scale of 1 to 4. Finally, the reader will review his/her assigned scores (1,2,3,4) for each of the dimensions (A,B,C,D) and assign to the CMA Project a holistic score for quantitative reasoning.
4.- (85%-100% correct) Nearly flawless
3.- (70%-85% correct) Equations are nearly correct. Models will be reasonable. Models will be meaningful. There is much better use of equations than for "essential". For the most part, graphs will be correct.
2.- (30%-70% correct) There is evidence of progress. There be errors and little discernible logic, estimates will be better than for "in progress" scores. There may be an attempt to use an equation.
1. - (0-30% correct) Floundering, very little idea of what is to be done