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Classroom Rubric

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7 sacred teachings
by Crystal Smith de Molina
Classroom Rubric
This Classroom rubric will focus on the 7 sacred teachings.
"The Seven Sacred Teachings are at the foundation of North American Indigenous belief. These teachings honor spiritual law and bring us back to our connection to the land—to nature..."

--Dave Courchene/ Neeghani Aki Innini (Leading Earth Man)
First Nations Elder Anishnabe Nation Eagle Clan
Love
Respect
Courage
Humility
Honesty
Wisdom
MOBILIZING
STUDENT IS NOT ONLY CAPABLE OF EXPRESSING A CARING ATTITUDE BUT DISPLAYS THESE ACTIONS WITHIN THE CLASSROOM


YOU ARE NOT ONLY CAPABLE OF EXPRESSING A CARING ATTITUDE BUT DISPLAYS THESE ACTIONS WITHIN THE CLASSROOM
BEGINNING
STUDENT NEEDS REASSURANCE OF CARE AND HOW TO EXPRESS CARE IN CLASS.



YOU NEED REASSURANCE OF CARE AND HOW TO EXPRESS CARE IN CLASS.
LEARNING
STUDENT IS COMFORTABLE WITH THE EMOTION OF CARING BUT REQUIRES MORE MODELING BY TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS


YOU ARE COMFORTABLE WITH THE EMOTION OF CARING BUT REQUIRES MORE MODELING BY TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS
MASTERING
STUDENT IS CAPABLE OF EXPRESSING A CARING ATTITUDE.


YOU ARE CAPABLE OF EXPRESSING A CARING ATTITUDE.
LOVE
MOBILIZING
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE AND IS ABLE TO DISPLAY RESPECT FOR ONESELF AND OTHERS WITHIN THE CLASSROOM


YOU UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE AND YOU ARE ABLE TO DISPLAY RESPECT FOR YOURSELF AND OTHERS WITHIN THE CLASSROOM
Beginning
Learning
STUDENT IS BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF RESPECTING ONESELF AND OTHERS BUT REQUIRES MORE ROLE MODELING FROM THE TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS


YOU ARE BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF RESPECTING ONESELF AND OTHERS BUT REQUIRES MORE ROLE MODELING FROM THE TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS

MASTERING
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF RESPECTING ONESELF AND OTHERS BUT IS STILL LEARNING TO DISPLAY RESPECT WITHIN THE CLASSROOM

YOU UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF RESPECTING YOURSELF AND OTHERS BUT YOU ARE STILL LEARNING TO DISPLAY RESPECT WITHIN THE CLASSROOM
RESPECT
MOBILIZING
STUDENT UNDESTANDS THAT THEY HAVE THE CAPACITY TO ACT COURAGEOUSLY AND HAS DISPLAYED THESE ACTIONS WITHIN THE CLASSROOM


YOU UNDESTAND THAT YOU HAVE THE CAPACITY TO ACT COURAGEOUSLY AND YOU HAVE DISPLAYED THESE ACTIONS WITHIN THE CLASSROOM
BEGINNING
STUDENT NEEDS REASSURANCE TO HAVE COURAGE WITHIN THE CLASSROOM AND TO RECOGNIZE THAT WITHIN EVERYONE THERE IS THE CAPACITY FOR COURAGEOUS ACTS


YOU NEED REASSURANCE TO HAVE COURAGE WITHIN THE CLASSROOM AND TO RECOGNIZE THAT WITHIN EVERYONE THERE IS THE CAPACITY FOR COURAGEOUS ACTS
Learning
STUDENT IS BEGINNING TO RECOGNIZE THE COURAGE THEY HAVE WIHTIN BUT REQUIRES COURAGEOUS ROLE MODELING BY TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS

YOU ARE BEGINNING TO RECOGNIZE THE COURAGE YOU HAVE WIHTIN BUT REQUIRES COURAGEOUS ROLE MODELING BY TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS
MASTERING
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS THAT WITHIN THEMSELVES THEY HAVE THE CAPACITY TO DISPLAY COURAGEOUS ACTS BUT HAVE YET TO DISPLAY THESE ACTS IN THE CLASSROOM

YOU UNDERSTAND THAT WITHIN YOURSELF YOU HAVE THE CAPACITY TO DISPLAY COURAGEOUS ACTS BUT YOU HAVE YET TO DISPLAY THESE ACTS IN THE CLASSROOM
COURAGE
Mobilizing
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS AND DISPLAYS ACT OF HUMILITY WITHIN THE CLASSROOM

YOU UNDERSTAND AND DISPLAY ACTS OF HUMILITY WITHIN THE CLASSROOM
BEGINNING
STUDENT NEEDS REASSURANCE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMILITY AND HOW TO DISPLAY HUMILITY IN THE CLASS


YOU NEED REASSURANCE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMILITY AND HOW TO DISPLAY HUMILITY IN THE CLASS
Learning
STUDENT IS BEGINNNING TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMILITY BUT REQUIRES FURTHER MODELING OF HUMILITY BY TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS


YOU ARE BEGINNNING TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMILITY BUT REQUIRE FURTHER MODELING OF HUMILITY BY TEACHER AND/OR STUDENTS
Mastering
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMILITY BUT IS DEVELOPING ACTIONS TO DISPLAY HUMILITY


YOU UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMILITY BUT YOU ARE DEVELOPING ACTIONS TO DISPLAY HUMILITY
HUMILITY
Mobilizing
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS AND ACCEPTS THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH THEMSELVES AND ACCEPTING WHO THEY ARE. STUDENT IS HONEST WITH OTHERS AND ACCEPTING OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE

YOU UNDERSTAND AND ACCEPT THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH YOURSELF AND ACCEPTING WHO YOU ARE. YOU ARE HONEST WITH OTHERS AND ARE ACCEPTING OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE
Beginning
STUDENT NEEDS REASSURANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH THEMSELVES AND ACCEPTING WHO THEY ARE AND ACCEPTING OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE


YOU NEED THE REASSURANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH YOURSELF AND ACCEPTING WHO YOU ARE AND ACCEPTING OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE
Learning
STUDENT IS BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH THEMSELVES AND ACCEPTING WHO THEY ARE BUT HAVE YET TO ACCEPT THIER IDENTITY AND ARE WORKING TO ACCEPT OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE

YOU ARE BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH YOURSELF AND ACCEPTING WHO YOU ARE BUT HAVE YET TO ACCEPT YOUR IDENTITY AND ARE WORKING TO ACCEPT OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE
Mastering
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS AND ACCEPTS THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH THEMSELVES AND ACCEPTING WHO THEY ARE. STUDENT IS WORKING ON BEING EITHER HONEST WITH OTHERS OR ACCEPTING OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE

YOU UNDERSTAND AND ACCEPTS THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING HONEST WITH YOUSELF AND YOU ARE ACCEPTING WHO YOU ARE. YOU ARE WORKING ON BEING EITHER HONEST WITH OTHERS OR ACCEPTING OTHERS FOR WHO THEY ARE
Honesty
Mobilizing
STUDENT RECOGNIZES THAT THEY AND OTHERS HOLD WISDOM BY VIRTUE OF BEING DIFFERENT AND LIVE OUT THIS WISDOM

YOU RECOGNIZE THAT YOU AND OTHERS HOLD WISDOM BY VIRTUE OF BEING DIFFERENT AND YOU LIVE OUT THIS WISDOM
Beginning
STUDENT NEEDS REASSURANCE THAT THEY AND OTHERS HOLD WISDOM BY VIRTUE OF BEING DIFFERENT

YOU NEED REASSURANCE THAT YOU AND OTHERS HOLD WISDOM BY VIRTUE OF BEING DIFFERENT
Learning
STUDENT IS BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND THAT WITH DIFFERENCE THERE IS WISDOM IN THOSE DIFFERENCES

YOU ARE BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND THAT WITH DIFFERENCE THERE IS WISDOM IN THOSE DIFFERENCES
Mastering
STUDENT RECOGNIZES EITHER THEY OR OTHERS HOLD WISDOM BY VIRTUE OF BEING DIFFERENT AND CAN LIVE THIS WISDOM OUT

YOU RECOGNIZE EITHER YOU OR OTHERS HOLD WISDOM BY VIRTUE OF BEING DIFFERENT AND YOU CAN LIVE THIS WISDOM OUT
Wisdom
Mobilizing
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH AND PUTS TRUTH IN PRACTICE AS TO ALIGN HIM/HERSELF WITH ALL THE TEACHINGS.

YOU UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH AND YOU PUT TRUTH IN PRACTICE AS TO ALIGN YOUSELF WITH ALL THE TEACHINGS.
Beginning
STUDENT NEEDS REASSURANCE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH AND HOW IT ALLOWS THE ALIGNMENT OF ALL THE TEACHINGS

YOU NEED REASSURANCE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH AND HOW IT ALLOWS THE ALIGNMENT OF ALL THE TEACHINGS
Learning
STUDENT IS BEGINNING TO RECOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH BUT NEEDS TO SEE HOW TRUTH IN PRACTICE IS THE ALIGNMENT OF ALL THE TEACHINGS.

YOU ARE BEGINNING TO RECOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH BUT NEEDS TO SEE HOW TRUTH IN PRACTICE IS THE ALIGNMENT OF ALL THE TEACHINGS.
Mastering
STUDENT UNDERSTANDS THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH AND HOW TRUTH IN PRACTICE IS THE ALIGNMENT OF ALL THE TEACHINGS.

YOU CAN UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH AND HOW TRUTH IN PRACTICE IS THE ALIGNMENT OF ALL THE TEACHINGS.
Truth
"Truth is an awareness generated from knowing and living all the teachings"
STUDENT NEEDS REASSURANCE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF RESPECT OF ONESELF AND OF OTHERS AS WELL AS HOW TO DISPLAY RESPECT WITHIN THE CLASSROOM


YOU NEED REASSURANCE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF RESPECT OF ONESELF AND OF OTHERS AS WELL AS HOW YOU CAN DISPLAY RESPECT WITHIN THE CLASSROOM
To love/care begins with caring for yourself. Afterward you can begin to take care of those around you. Knowing love "means being kind and forgiving to ourselves and other people and being grateful for all the things that other people and creatures do for us"
"Giving thanks and being grateful in our hearts is having respect." Caring for others and taking the time to listen and taking time to think are actions of respect.
What is Respect to you?
"It takes courage to admit a mistake, to apologize, to accept consequences for their actions, to stand up for a classmate or sibling, to challenge a rule they don’t agree with or stand up to peer pressure. "
Courage is acting or speaking up when no one else does. It is putting the needs of others above your own and not stopping at obstacles but overcoming those obstacles
Humility is praising others before yourself. Recognizing that we are all learners and being mindful that others may have more knowledge than you and asking for help
Honesty is being honest with yourself, see and accept yourself for who you are and then accepting others for who they are.
"WISDOM IS GAINED BY LIVING, BY EXPLORING, AND BY OPENING UP OUR HEARTS TO OTHERS." WISDOM IS ACKNOWLEDGING THAT EVERYONE IS DIFFERENT
1. What are the benefits and/or drawbacks of using this type of assessment task/tool, and why did you choose it to assess the targeted learning outcomes?
I chose to use the 7 sacred teachings for assessment because it is vital for students to both understand what the teachings are and to let the 7 sacred teachings guide their actions. They are in our everyday life and we can look to them for guidance.
The obvious drawback would be that this could be viewed in a religious manner and could be contested for that reason.
These teachings are not part of a religion but rather have cultural history, from Indigenous people, the original occupants of this land.
2. What are the potential threats to the quality of the inferences that will be made about student learning using this assessment task/tool, and what strategies will you use to avoid these?
When assessing students as emotional and relational beings, the inferences can be somewhat subjective . It can sometimes be difficult to know how students are feeling and if they are telling the truth about what they say or how they act.
However, I believe the 7 sacred teachings can address these potential threats. We need to begin to direct students down a path of holistic education. By following the 7 sacred teaching and how everything in our world is interconnected we can extend this path beyond the classroom walls leading into a life learning about who we are and how we relate to others in a more realistic manner
What evidence is there that the inferences made about student learning would be of a high quality?
It is vital to make sure to create and build a strong relationship with students, and with that relationship I come to better understand his/her identity. I hope to achieve consistent results if i base my judgement on this rubric which will be the same for every student
What recommendations would you give a teacher who needed to use this tool as it is?

I would recommend that they read thoroughly what the sacred teachings are and talk with Indigenous elders as well because before we can teach these we need to know

http://www.7teachings.ca/7-teachings-project-background/

http://www.thesharingcircle.com/index.html

Truth
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