I know its always hard when they are this age with their big puppy dog eyes but a bit of tough love can do wonders for a dog. By this I mean when you come home to find she has pooped or has scratched up a door etc then tell her off straight away and make sure she connects the reason she has been told off, never go ott though, dogs read body language much better than if you shout your head off, so stern and authoritive works best.
It doesnt mean you have to treat her as if she has been naughty for the entire night but mostly while you are clearing up after her, dogs are smart and she will pick up quickly that those actions do not get her the kind of attension she seeks.
Remember in a dogs mind if it kicks up a fuss and ends up getting the attension it wants then it will continue that kind of behaviour.
Unfortuantly when you get a rescue home dog they can become so quickly attached to their new owners and due to their past they often dont feel secure. (similar story with my brothers rescue dog holly, a very lively and loving staffordshire bull terrier) Alot of this disappears with age but also try simple exersizes with treats for when she is good (and repeat).
A simple example of this might be put her in the bed, leave the room for a minute so she cant hear or smell you. Once you have left the room wait for a period and if during that period she remains quite then treat her straight away, if she does not tell her off (by this a stern authoritve voice works much better than shouting, doesnt even have to be loud.) Repeat this until she begins to understand when she is sitting quitely you are happy with her, as she is young I am sure she will pick it up in no time man.
Also I cannot stress repeating these actions until she gets it and maybe even once she seems to get it, also dogs attension span is very short so to effectivly train both praise and discipline must be given as close to straight away so she can connect the reason for your attension.
Another idea that may help is once she is in the room tell her to be quite once she starts to kick off from outside the door and repeat everytime she kicks off but always from outside the room. That way she might begin to relax as she thinks your within ear shot and havn't left her. It is probably also important that she sees her room and cage as HER place for all times and not just HER place for when she has been naughty so she is as comfortable as possible in that place.
I hope some of this helps, all dogs are different mind so what works for some may not for others. Let us know how she gets on man!