Part III: Guide to Rubrics and Model Rubrics for Superintendent, Administrator and Teacher
Guide to Role-Specific Indicators & Alternative Resources
MASCA Role-Specific Indicators for School Counselors
MASBO Adapted Rubric for School Business Officials
MSNO School Nurses' Resource Document to Support Implementation of SISP Rubric
MSPA School Psychologist Rubric with Role-Specific Elements (I.C.4. Intervention Monitoring and Evaluation, and III.C.3. Community Connections)
MSLA School Librarians' Resource Document to Support Implementation of Teacher Rubric
MAOT/APTA of MA Occupational and Physical Therapists Resource Document to Support Implementation of SISP Rubric
MSHA Speech Language Pathologists Resource Document to Support Implementation of SISP Rubric
Classroom Teacher Rubric
This rubric describes teaching practice. It is intended to be used throughout the 5 step evaluation cycle for all teachers, including teachers of whole classrooms, small groups, individual students, or any combination of the above. The rubric is designed to be applicable to general education teachers from pre-K through Advanced Placement, as well as teachers with specialized classes or knowledge, including teachers of English Language Learners, and special education teachers; districts may also choose to use this rubric for educators in other roles such as specialists.
Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP) Rubric
The SISP Rubric describes practice that is common across educators in professional support roles such as school counselors, school psychologists, school nurses, and others defined in the recognition clause of the appropriate collective bargaining agreement. It is intended to be used throughout the 5-step evaluation cycle for educators who provide direct services such as education, therapy, counseling, assessment, and diagnosis to a caseload of students, as well as educators who may provide indirect support to students through consultation to and collaboration with teachers, administrators, and other colleagues.
School Level Administrator Rubric
This rubric describes administrative leadership practice at the school level. It is intended to be used throughout the 5-step evaluation cycle for the evaluation of principals by the superintendent (or the superintendent's designee). The rubric can also be used in the evaluation of other school based leaders (such as assistant principals, department heads, deans, etc.) by the principal or other district administrator.
This rubric describes administrative leadership practice at the district level. It is intended to be used throughout the 5-step evaluation cycle for the evaluation of the superintendent by the school committee. This rubric can also be used by the superintendent for the evaluation of other district level administrators, such as assistant superintendents, directors of curriculum and instruction, school business administrators, and directors of special education.