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World Journal of Chemical Education. 2017, 5(5), 175-179
DOI: 10.12691/wjce-5-5-6
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Building Rubrics for Evaluating the Competence of Preparing for Lesson Plans of Pedagogical Student

P.T. Huong1, and C.T.H. Linh2

1Natural Pedagogical Institute, Vinh University, Vietnam

2Education Department, Vinh University, Vietnam

Pub. Date: October 27, 2017
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Teaching Chemistry is Associated with Reality)

Cite this paper:
P.T. Huong and C.T.H. Linh. Building Rubrics for Evaluating the Competence of Preparing for Lesson Plans of Pedagogical Student. World Journal of Chemical Education. 2017; 5(5):175-179. doi: 10.12691/wjce-5-5-6

Abstract

This article explores the issue of evaluation in today's education, with particular emphasis on assessing learner competencies. The rubric building steps will be presented to assess the pedagogical students' teaching capacity with five steps: (1) Define the criteria for the preparation of lesson planning; (2) Define indicator of criteria; (3) Describe the level of the indicators; (4) assign points to indicator levels; (5) Find evidence for the criteria; (6) Perform evaluation. From that process, the paper described planning capacity with four criteria: Understanding students, Understanding curriculum, Understanding facilities, teaching aids, Understand the socio-economic and natural characteristics of locality. The criterion of Understanding students includes 3 indicators: Understanding the knowledge base of students’ subjects, Determine interest in learning Chemistry and Biology, Identifying learning styles of Chemistry and Biology. Understanding curriculum includes 2 indicators: Define goals, orientation methods, means and forms, teaching content of lessons during pedagogy practice, Identify teaching plan of the lessons during pedagogy practice. The criterion of Understanding facilities, teaching aids includes 2 indicators: Understanding facilities - teaching aids, Develop plans to use, purchase or make the lacking teaching aids. Understand the socio-economic and natural characteristics of locality includes 2 indicators: Only the socio-economic and natural characteristics of locality related to the content of teaching Biology, Integrate the socio-economic and natural characteristics of locality in teaching Chemistry and Biology. Each indicator is described in three levels: Level 1: Fail; level 2: standard and level 3: Good. Criteria are considered as a useful tool for assessing the teaching capacity of pedagogical students before they attend school teaching.

Keywords:
competence assessment teaching competence scoring rubrics lesson plans pedagogical student evaluation

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