09 Feb Much of your role as an educator, both as a general education or special education teacher, will be explaining a student’s learning challenges to parents who may or may not be in educati
Much of your role as an educator, both as a general education or special education teacher, will be explaining a student's learning challenges to parents who may or may not be in education and understand the jargon. As a result, you will need to explain the disability and challenges in the classroom in a way anyone can understand.
Choose one of the following: Mathematics Disability, Reading Disability, Visual Processing, or Auditory Processing. Research the topic and post a summary of your findings in a parent-friendly description of the disability and how you would support the student in your classroom.
Criteria Level 4 – Proficient
Level 3 – Satisfactory
Level 2 – Basic
Level 1 – Missing or Inaccurate
Expands on an initial inquiry or discussion question and supports or challenges it. Responses are backed up with evidence, shows novel insight.
Contributes information that is factually correct; lacks development of concept or thought. Ideas within the critique are not always presented with evidence.
Does not include substantive information; information is not presented with evidence.
Response is off topic or is inaccurate.
Score of Content,
References and Support
Uses references to text(s), readings, videos, podcasts, or personal experience to support comments in a conversation or discussion critique.
Includes some references from the readings or research and personal experience is in the critique.
Uses only personal experiences. Includes no reference to readings or research from the content supporting the topic.
Does not include references or supporting experience.
Score of References and Support,
Mechanics and Quality
Responses are relevant, succinct and free of mechanical errors.
Responses contribute relevant information in an organized manner. Minor clarity or mechanical errors.
Responses include basic information with some errors in clarity or mechanics.
Responses are unorganized, unclear and contain mechanical errors.
Score of Mechanics and Quality,
Score of SPE 500 Weekly Assignment Rubric,