How do you measure teambuilding activities in your classroom? Our teambuilding rubric is the answer. It helps you evaluate student performance based on the following categories:
listening, participation, ground rules, interpersonal communication, and team contribution.
Although our teambuilding rubric was developed specifically for our decision making curriculum and short courses, we feel it has wider uses. The Teambuilding Rubric can be used as a tool to establish criteria, to identify consistency, and to assess performance for grades three, four, five, and six.
The five-point scoring criteria makes it easy to create total scores and to base the scores on individual school performance standards. Our rubric helps fulfill principles stated in the C3 Framework for Social Studies State Standards. The Teambuilding Rubric helps identify how your students are working in a team situation which helps them become “informed voters, mindful jurors, elected officials…” (What’s the C3 Framework and How Does It Affect Your Social Studies Class?” Dave Stuart Jr., davestuartjr.com, retrieved August 6, 2016).