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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT VALUE RUBRIC

This board consists of the 6 elements of the civic engagement VALUE rubric. Each pictures defines the elements and the milestones per rubric category.

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CIVIC CONTEXTS/STRUCTURES

Green in 3D: 16 Vertical Farm & Skyscraper Park Designs

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  • Margaret Sass

    Student demonstrates experience identifying intentional ways to participate in civic contexts and structures.

CIVIC ACTION AND REFLECTION

  • Margaret Sass

    Student has clearly participated in civically focused actions and begins to reflect or describe how these actions may benefit individual(s) or communities.

CIVIC COMMUNICATION

  • Margaret Sass

    Communities in civic context, student is showing ability to do more than one of the following: express, listen, and adapt ideas and messages based on others' perspectivis.

CIVIC IDENTITY AND COMMITMENT

Bubby and Bean ::: Living Creatively

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  • Margaret Sass

    Civic Identity and Commitment: Students' evidence suggests involvement in civic-engagement activities is generated from expectations or course requirements rather than from a sense of civic identity.

ANALYSIS OF KNOWLEDGE

Volunteering and Civic Life in America

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  • Margaret Sass

    Analysis of Knowledge: Student begins to connect knowledge (facts, theories, etc.) from one's own academic study/field/discipline to civic engagement and to one's own participation in civic life, politics, and government.

DIVERSITY OF COMMUNITIES AND CULTURES

Inclusion Press: Tools for Change CD Rom

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  • Margaret Sass

    Diveristy of Communities and Cultures: Student has awareness that own attitudes and beliefs are different from those of other cultures and communities.