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Math Process Rubric

Level of Understanding

Levels

Excellent
Level 4

STEMs
STEM 1:

The student consistently


reflects on and monitors
his/her own thinking and the
thinking of others

The student constantly


connects different math
concepts and procedures,
and relates math ideas with
other contexts.
The student selects and
applies problem solving
strategies with an accurate
and purposeful degree of
effectiveness

Understands

mathematical concepts
and relations
Reflecting and Connecting

STEM 2: Uses
mathematical reasoning
to solve problems
Problem solving and
Reasoning and Proving

STEM 3: Develop
effective strategies for
mental mathematics,
estimation and

computation

Selecting tools and


computational strategies

The student applies


reasoning skills to make and
investigate concepts with a
high degree of effectiveness

The student always selects


a variety of compelling
learning tools and
computational strategies

Good
Level 3

Basic
Level 2

Not Meeting
Level 1

Frequently

Occasionally

Ineffectively

Usually

Sometimes

Rarely

Practical, logical

Workable,
applicable

Incorrect,
confusing

Considerable

Some

Limited

Usually, effective

Occasionally,
simplistic

Fails to,
ineffective

STEM 4: Visualizes,
models and

communicates

mathematical ideas
Representing and,
Communicating

The student demonstrates


thorough knowledge in
using a variety of
representations of math
ideas to solve problems
The student communicates
math thinking orally, visually,
and in writing with a high
degree of effectiveness

Considerable

Some

Considerable

Some

Limited

Limited