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Introduction Notes to the Teacher Competencies Extension Activities Evaluation

Two evaluations are provided for your use. You can choose to use one or both, depending on your focus for the class. It is important to review the evaluation process you choose in advance with your class to ensure a high level of understanding and expectations from your students.

Evaluation #1

Use the following rubric to evaluate how well students accomplished the assigned tasks.

Task
Needs Improvement
Developing - Still Learning
Satisfactory - Doing Well
Mastery - Excellent
Journal
Journal includes some of the food that was eaten.
Journal has most of the food that was eaten. Food portions may not have been included.
Journal includes all of the food that was eaten, including snacks and extras. Most entries included portion sizes.
Journal includes everything that was eaten. Portion sizes were included. All snacks and extras were included as well.
Menu Plan and Shopping List
Menu plan and shopping list were not complete.
Menu plan and shopping list were mostly complete.
The menu plan includes all breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. It also includes at snacks. The shopping list is complete.
The menu plan includes all breakfasts, lunches, and seven dinners. It also includes a variety of snacks. It meets the daily food requirements suggested by the Food Pyramid. The shopping list is complete.
Portfolio
The portfolio does not include all of the required tasks.
The portfolio includes most of the required tasks. Some of the tasks may not be fully complete.
The portfolio is complete. It includes all of the required tasks.
The portfolio is complete and presented in a professional looking manner.

Evaluation #2

Use the following three-point rubric to evaluate how well students grasped information about nutrition, applied that information to their lives, and participated in class discussions on the topic.