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Answered By: Kristie Keuntjes
Last Updated: Oct 04, 2016     Views: 108

Reliant Learner Dependent Learner Practicing Learner Stable Learner Independent, Lifelong Learner                           
Student completes two or few problems before seeking assistance Student is able to complete two or more problems/part of an assignment before seeking assistance                                                                                                                                                             Student is able to complete most (70%) of an assignment independently before seeking assistance Student is comfortable completing an assignment independently if assistance is nearby Student is comfortable and confident in completing all coursework independently  
Student seeks assistance on all or most (75% - 100%) course assignments Student seeks assistance on most (50% - 75%) course assignments Student seeks assistance on half or fewer (25% - 50%) course assignments Student completes most assignments independently, seeking assistance only 1% - 25% of coursework Student completes all assignments independently, at times leading group collaborative learning experiences  
Student seeks assistance immediately when encountering a problem When encountering a problem, student attempts at least one problem-solving technique before seeking assistance When encountering difficulties, student attempts at least two problem-solving techniques before requiring assistance Student may struggle to select the appropriate problem solving technique but has multiple techniques to select from when struggling When struggling with an assignment, student effectively selects one or more problem-solving techniques, leading to resolution  
Student struggles with most concepts and assignments in subject Student has a basic understanding of the main concepts in the subject area Student has an average understanding of the course material Student has a solid understanding of course material and can apply knowledge outside the course Student has thorough understanding of course material and is able to apply knowledge outside the course and begin to create new ideas based on it  
Student works on most or all assignments in the presence of a tutor or faculty member, has few successful learning habits, and struggles to understand the connection between habits and academic performance Student sometimes struggles to understand himself/herself as a learner and reasons for earning a specific grade on an assignment                       Student has some understanding of himself/herself as a learner and links basic understanding of self with achievement/earned grades on assignments Student has a good understanding of himself/herself as a learner and the habits which have led to earned grades on assignments Student has an excellent understanding of how (s)he learns and improves as a student over time