The rubric below is for scoring collaborative teamwork in math.
Students complete the "Quality of Discussion" column by checking in the appropriate descriptors after the teamwork has been completed.
Mr. Didycz completes the "Mathematical Content" column after scoring student solutions.
Teamwork Rubric Mr. Didycz Sixth Grade Math
Quality of Discussion
□ We discuss the problem solving process.
□ We question each other’s ideas and encourage each other to explain our reasoning.
□ Together we think of more than one way to solve the problem.
□ Other discussion does not interfere with our mathematical thinking.
□ The solutions are fully and clearly expressed.
□ The solutions are correct.
□ The solutions show an understanding of the concept.
□ We talk in meaningful ways about the mathematics.
□ At times, we may be working at our own individual paces.
□ Our group may occasionally become sidetracked by the need to encourage participation from each other.
□ There is some understanding of the concept.
□ There are minor errors.
□ The work may be incomplete.
□ There is some collaboration.
□ Not everyone is contributing ideas.
□ Not all of us attempt to help each other understand the solution.
□ The work is incorrect.
□ The work indicates gaps in understanding.
□ The work is incomplete.
□ The work is vague.
□ In general our group is working on the task, but we are not communicating or working as a group.
□ There may be silence or bickering.
□ We may simply check each other’s solutions or ask “what did you get”?
□ Very little understanding of the concept/concepts is shown.
□ The work is very incomplete.
□ There is little or no discussion about the understanding of the mathematical task.
□ We are completely off-task.
□ The work is completely incorrect.
□ There is little or no work shown.
Quality of Discussion Level _______ Mathematical Content Level _________ Overall Grade _________