Core Rubrics in Unique Learning System® address the transition readiness skill areas of employability, communication, self-advocacy, and social strategies.
Each descriptor is recorded based on the level of prompting that is required:
Student responds to natural cues during the activity with only periodic direct verbal, physical, or gestural prompts to demonstrate the skill.
Student responds to some natural cues with verbal, physical, or gestural prompts required approximately 50-75% of the time for demonstration of the skill.
Student demonstrates only minimal skill performance without direct verbal, physical, or gestural prompts for interaction.
Student does not show any response, or refuses to respond, even with natural cues and/or physical, verbal, or gestural cues.
The Core Rubrics provide a baseline of service provider's evaluation information. These rubric scores should be used in connection with the Core Materials, specifically, the goal setting lesson that enables students to set their own goals for employability, communication, self-advocacy, daily living, and social strategies.
Core Rubrics address the transition readiness skill area of employability, communication, self-advocacy, and social strategies. They are designed to record observational information on the current abilities of Unique Learners within the daily instructional tasks. Each area of assessment has six descriptors.
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Student Goal Setting