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Interview/Submission Rubrics for Admission

3 admission rubrics listed below for:

  1. Teacher-Education Program
  2. Principal, Superintendent, Reading Specialist, Educational Diagnostician
  3. Professional Counseling

Interview Rubric for Admission to Teacher-Education Program

Scoring

Each category will be assigned a value from 1 to 5.

1 – Unsatisfactory*

2 –Emerging

3 –Basic

4 – Developed

5 – Proficient

*Scores of 1 will include Evidence for Unsatisfactory Ratings

Categories

  1. Caring Disposition and Ethical Responsibility
    • displays positive attitudes
    • evidence of honesty and trustworthiness
  2. Communication
    • makes minimal or no grammatical errors
    • vocabulary is professional
    • clear articulation when speaking
  3. Knowledgeable and Reflective
    • can discuss global issues and the impact on education
    • has awareness of current trends in education
  4. Leadership
    • can discuss personal leadership
    • sets reasonable personal goals
  5. Experiences with Diversity
    • articulates need for accepting people as individuals
    • acknowledges the impact of diverse cultures on the world

Overall Score

Points from each category will added together for up to 25 point total.

  • 0-5 points = Unsatisfactory
  • 6-10 = Emerging
  • 11-15 = Basic
  • 16-20 = Developed
  • 21-25 = Proficient

Candidates must receive a minimum of 15 points to pass the interview.

Final Evaluation

Each of the two Faculty Interviewers will indicate on their form their decision to:

  • "Admit"
    or
  • "Not Admit".

Interviewers also will be able to include comments.

Submission Rubric for Admission to Principal, Superintendent, Reading Specialist, Educational Diagnostician

Scoring

Each category will be assigned a value from 1 to 3.

1 – Unsatisfactory*

2 –Basic

3 –Satisfactory

*Scores of 1 will include Evidence for Unsatisfactory Ratings

 

Categories

  1. Letter of Recommendation from Employer/Coworker (each subcategory below worth up to 3 points)
    • Statements that speak to positive attitude and/or work ethic of applicant
    • Statements that speak to evidence of honesty and trustworthiness of applicant
    • Statements that speak to evidence of professionalism of applicant
  2. Letter of Recommendation from Employer/Coworker (each subcategory below worth up to 3 points)
    • Statements that speak to positive attitude and/or work ethic of applicant
    • Statements that speak to evidence of honesty and trustworthiness of applicant
    • Statements that speak to evidence of professionalism of applicant
  3. Statement of Purpose by Applicant (each subcategory below worth up to 3 points)
    • Makes minimal or no grammatical errors
    • Vocabulary is professional
    • Clearly articulates thoughts in writing
    • Can discuss personal leadership
    • Sets reasonable personal goals
    • Optional area- can discuss global issues and the impact on education and/or has awareness of current trends in education

Overall Score

Points from each subcategory will combined for up to 33 points total.

  • 0-11 points = Unsatisfactory
  • 12-22 = Basic
  • 23-33 = Satisfactory

Candidates must receive a minimum of 15 points to be considered for admission.

Final Evaluation

Reviewer will indicate on their form their decision to:

  • "Admit"
    or
  • "Not Admit".

Reviewer will be able to include comments.

Group Admission Interview Scoring Rubric for Professional Counseling

The applicant demonstrates

1-5 Likert Scale (1 = totally unacceptable, 2 = slightly unacceptable, 3 = neutral, 4 = slightly acceptable, 5 = perfectly acceptable)

  • Ethical / collegial behavior
  • Willingness to participate
  • Ability to deal successfully w/conflict and conflicting values
  • Appropriate boudaries/self-awareness
  • Appropriate affect

Score totaled

Assessment of Counseling Dispositions During Admissions Process

(1 = Not Observed; 2 = Needs Improvement; 3 = Meets Expectations; 4 = Exceeds Expectations)

  • Demonstrates multicultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Expresses feelings effectively and appropriately
  • Demonstrates professional appearance
  • Communicates effectively and appropriately
  • Shows initiative and motivation (e.g., meets deadlines, class attendance)
  • Demonstrates respect for others

Score totaled