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About the Exemplars Assessment Rubric
The Exemplars scoring rubric allows teachers to examine student work against a set of analytic assessment criteria to determine where the student is performing in relationship to each of these criteria. This assessment tool is designed to identify what is important, define what meets the standard and distinguish between different levels of student performance.
The four performance levels are:
- Practitioner (meets the standard)
The five assessment categories include:
- Problem Solving
- Reasoning and Proof
Exemplars rubric criteria reflect the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice and parallel the NCTM Process Standards.
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