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SCRIP Assessment Instructions
1. Social Responsibility Essay (150–200 words)
a. Discuss the social responsibility of yourself as an educator.
2. Decision Making Essay (Commitment/Work Ethic) (150–200 words)
a. Analyze and delineate the decision-making processes as well as your writing plan for your educational philosophy paper (i.e., how much research you completed, how you determined what beliefs/theories to include, how much time you allowed yourself to write your paper, etc.).
3. Reflection Essay (150–200 words)
a. Reflect on the key aspects of educational philosophy discussed throughout this course.
4. Professional Integrity Competence and Integrity Essay (150–200 words)
a. Identify and discuss key standards of integrity and competence as an educator.
5. Personal Professional Development Plan of Action (Professionalism) (150–200 words)
a. In outline or paragraph format, identify a personal leadership plan that includes participation in a variety of educational forums and organizations.
All 5 components must be answered, with headings separating each of the 5 components. Include a title page and format the document according to current APA style. The title page and any sources are not included in your total word count.
SCRIP Assessment Grading Rubric
Neither Agree nor Disagree
Social Responsibility (1, 20%)
Thoroughly demonstrates a sense of equity for all students, empathy and sensitivity to human needs, and the belief that all students can learn.
Describes a basic sense of equity for all students, empathy and sensitivity to human needs, and the belief that all students can learn.
Describes a basic sense of equity, empathy, and sensitivity, but does not relate these principles to your own social responsibility.
Description of sense of social responsibility is vague and/or not appropriate.
Commitment/ Work Ethic
Thoroughly analyzes issues and clearly delineates sound judgment practices in given situations.
Describes issues and adequately details sound practice and judgment.
Briefly describes issues in sound judgment, but does not relate these issues to your educational experiences.
Analysis of issues and sound judgment is vague and not appropriate.
Thoughtfully considers educational matters and the practice of teaching, learns from discussions with colleagues, and makes choices after considering ideas and experiences.
Considers basic educational matters and the practice of teaching, learns from discussions with colleagues, and makes some choices after considering ideas and experiences.
Considers somewhat basic educational matters and the practice of teaching.
Consideration of educational matters and the practice of teaching is vague and not supported by personal examples.