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  • Grading Criteria E S N (Target) (Acceptable) (Unacceptable) Student consistently Student sometimes inquires, Student rarely inquires, inquires, thinks critically, and thinks critically, and works to thinks critically, and works to works to gain knowledge. gain knowledge. gain knowledge. Student consistently draws Student sometimes draws Student rarely draws conclusions, makes informed conclusions, makes informed conclusions, makes informed decisions, applies knowledge decisions, applies knowledge to decisions, applies knowledge to new situations, and new situations, and creates to new situations, and creates new knowledge. new knowledge. creates new knowledge. Student consistently shares Student sometimes shares Student rarely shares knowledge and participate knowledge and participate knowledge and participate ethically and productively as ethically and productively as a ethically and productively as a member of our democratic member of our democratic a member of our democratic society. society. society. Student consistently pursues Student sometimes pursues Student rarely pursues personal and aesthetic personal and aesthetic growth. personal and aesthetic growth. growth. This rubric is based on the AASL Standards for 21st Century Learners, which was adopted in 2009. The AASL Standards for 21st-Century Learners document is available for free download at http://www.ala.org/aasl/standards.