-Provides learning opportunities that frequently are too complex, without adequate support or scaffolding, or are otherwise developmentally inappropriate.
-Directions are incomplete or confusing.
-Fails to consider the whole child by focusing on one area of development to the exclusion of others.
-Provides learning opportunities usually appropriate for students.
-Directions detail the essentials but could be improved by more modes of presentation or more modeling of expectations.
-Considers most areas of development but may ignore some.
-Provides learning opportunities based on good understanding of how students learn and develop.
-Provides directions appropriate to developmental level.
-Considers the development of the whole child, including intellectual, social, career and personal development.