Rubrics and Feedback Forms

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The EQuIP rubrics are designed to evaluate:

  • Lessons that include instructional activities and assessments aligned to the CCSS or the NGSS that may extend over a few class periods or days
  • Units that include integrated and focused lessons aligned to the CCSS or the NGSS that extend over a longer period of time
  • The rubric is NOT designed to evaluate a single task or activity
  • The rubrics do not require a specific template for lesson or unit design

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EQuIP Rubrics for Lessons & Units: ELA and Mathematics

The EQuIP Rubric electronic feedback forms are organized by each dimension in the rubric with space to indicate which criteria are observed or not observed in the lesson or unit, a space to provide written feedback and suggestions for improvement, and a space to assign a dimensional rating. The last page of the feedback form is used to assign an overall rating and provide summary feedback and suggestions for improvement.

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Click the links below to download the EQuIP Rubric Electronic Feedback forms:

Using the EQuIP Rubric for English Language Arts/Literacy

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Using the EQuIP Rubric for K-2 Foundational Skills in ELA

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Using the EQuIP Rubric for Mathematics

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EQuIP Rubric for Lessons & Units: Science

The EQuIP Rubric for science provides criteria by which to evaluate the alignment and overall quality of lessons and units with respect to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). As more NGSS-aligned lessons and units are developed, this rubric may change to meet the evolving needs of both educators in evaluating materials and developers in the modification and creation of materials. Additional support materials will also be developed to complement the use of this rubric, such as a professional development guide, a criterion discussion guide and publishers’ criteria that will be more focused on textbooks and comprehensive curricula.