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Name: ___ERNEST GRAHAM_________________________________________________ Date: 10/18 2016___________________
Social Work Professional Behavior Rubric
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Attends class regularly with a primary focus on learning. Helps to maintain a classroom atmosphere that is conducive to learning for all students. Arrives on time and stays for the entire class without disruption. Takes responsibility for missed work and does not seek exceptions from class policies.
Demonstrates respect for classmates, guest speakers, faculty, and others by listening attentively, refraining from interruptions, and avoiding disparaging verbal and non-verbal communications. Careful not to distract others by socializing, sleeping, leaving early or during class, reading unrelated material, or doing homework for another class. Student is dressed respectfully and appropriately for class or identified task.
Limits the use of technology in the classroom to those uses that are pre-approved by the course instructor, non-disruptive, and needed for effective learning. Participates in class discussions without dominating discussion. Applies constructive communication, negotiation, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills when discussing academic issues and/or advocating for change. Contributions reflect preparation and substance.
Understands that it is the student’s responsibility to behave in a way that does not create the illusion of cheating, plagiarizing, and/or undermining. Cheating, plagiarism, and undermining behaviors will be handled according to Lamar University policy. Student ensures that credit for work submitted is given to the person who originated the work. Recognizes that the course instructor has a responsibility not only for teaching, but also for ensuring that those entering the social work profession demonstrate competence in the academic content area covered by this class and integrity in completing his or her work individually. Adheres to the core values of social work.
Makes obvious and significant contributions on projects in terms of timeliness and completion. Makes a genuine effort to work effectively with others and provide valuable, creative, competent skills to the group; often takes leadership role. Makes a genuine effort to work effectively with others and provide valuable, creative and competent contributions to group work.
Student presents in a professional manner during class and in all class-related activities. Communication (both written and verbal) is professional and appropriate.
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