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Exhibition Rubric 2015 Summative Rubric

Manifestation of Learner Profile

Use of key concepts

Transdisciplinary skills

Demonstration of attitudes

(Principled, Reflective, Knowledgeable, Inquirer,


Thinker, Open-Minded, Caring, Risk-Taker,
Balanced, Communicator)

(Form, Function, Connection, Causation,


Change, Perspective, Reflection,
Responsibility

(research, social, self-management,


communication, thinking)

(Appreciation, Commitment, Independence,


Enthusiasm, Confidence, Integrity,
Cooperation, Creativity, Empathy, Respect,
Tolerance, Curiosity)

Engagement in action

Independence and responsibility


for own learning

Collaborative inquiry

You effectively and


appropriately used the
language of the learner profile
on several occasions in your
written and visual products.
You demonstrated the learner
profile attributes in your
actions and your interactions
with others, as observed by
mentors, teachers and peers.

You developed questions


in your inquiry
associated with all of the
key concepts. These
questions were
appropriate to the central
idea and helped guide
the progress of your
inquiry.

You were able to apply a


wide range of
transdisciplinary skills
with independence.

You exemplified the PYP


attitudes in your
interactions with peers
and mentors, and in your
inquiry as indicated by
your written and visual
products and through your
journal reflections.

Based on your research


findings, you developed a
detailed plan of action to
address a need. You
followed through with
implementing this action.
Evidence of this action is
displayed or practiced at
Exhibition.

You developed and organized


your inquiry with great
independence, participating fully
in its implementation. You
showed initiative and
responsibility throughout your
Exhibition journey.

You worked collaboratively with


your group, your teachers and
your mentor. You demonstrated
willingness to listen to others
opinions and consider
alternative approaches. You
participated actively in
discussions and solved conflicts
in an appropriate manner.

You sometimes used the


language of the learner profile
in your written and visual
products. You often
demonstrated the learner
profile attributes in your
actions and interactions with
others, as observed by
mentors, teachers and peers.

You used most of the key


concepts to develop your
questions. These
questions were
connected to the central
idea and helped guide
the progress of your
inquiry.

You were able to apply


most of the
transdisciplinary skills
with some
independence.

You demonstrated most of


the PYP attitudes in your
interactions with peers
and mentors, and in your
inquiry as indicated by
your written and visual
products and through your
journal reflections.

You developed a plan of


action to address a need.
This action was informed by
your research. Evidence of
this action is displayed or
practiced at Exhibition.

You showed independence in


developing and organizing your
inquiry and participated in all
aspects of the Exhibition
process.

With some support, you worked


collaboratively with your group,
your teachers and your mentor.
You demonstrated willingness to
listen to others and consider
their ideas. You participated in
discussions and mostly solved
conflicts in an appropriate
manner.

You used some of the


language of the learner profile
in your written and visual
products. You did not
consistently demonstrate
these attributes as indicated
by your actions and
interactions with others.

You used some key


concepts to develop your
questions. Your
questions did sometimes
contribute to the
understanding of the
central idea.

You needed some


support in applying the
transdisciplinary skills
appropriately.

You demonstrated some


of the PYP attitudes in
your interactions with
peers and mentors, and in
your inquiry as indicated
by your written and visual
products and through your
journal reflections.

You developed a plan of


action to address a need.
There is little evidence your
action plan is based on your
research findings. You
action was not fully
developed or followed
through with.

You needed some support and


guidance in developing and
organizing your inquiry. You
needed reminders to participate
fully in all aspects of the
Exhibition process.

You needed support to work


collaboratively with your group,
teachers and mentor. You found
it challenging to listen to others
ideas and did not always
contribute to discussions. You
needed support to solve
conflicts in your group.

You did not use the language


of the learner profile in your
written and visual products.
You did not demonstrate the
attributes of the learner profile
in your actions and your
interactions with others.

You developed a limited


number of questions in
your inquiry associated
with few concepts. These
questions did not
contribute effectively to
an understanding of the
central idea.

You did not demonstrate


independence in
applying the
transdisicplinary skills.

Demonstration of the PYP


attitudes was not evident
in the Exhibition process.

You made an attempt at


developing an action,
however, this action was not
fully developed. There is no
evidence of research
findings being used in the
development of this action.
You did not follow through
with your action.

You required constant guidance


and support and contributed
little to the Exhibition process.

You were unwilling to listen to


suggestions or alternative views.
You did not participate in
discussions or pose questions to
mentors or group members.
These choices inhibited or
narrowed your inquiry to the
point that it inhibited your
understanding of the central
idea.