The image shows the rubric in it's current form. Right now, I simply review the rubric with the class and ask them to both rate their own mistakes and their response. What ideas do you have to extend this idea?
I posted an image of the rubric. I initiated it in my Kindergarten classroom last year, and continued it with my current fourth graders. Currently, there are no requirements or evaluation criteria. We just go with the flow. I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts of ways to make it more significant. The more (and earlier) we connect the classroom to the real world, the better we can prepare our students for educational and career success.
Hi Angelo, Thanks so much for this accessible resource. I can see how the model is an ideal companion to the Mistake Rubric and could help illustrate students mistakes and promote a gradual release of responsibility that fosters independent problem solving.