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Rubic (repaired)

  1. 1. Video Conferencing Rubric Category Excellent V.Good Good Bad1 Preparation Student is highly Student is well Student is Student is not prepared prepared prepared for prepared with alternative for presentation presentation for presentation modes of and has a clear and has a and does not presentation understanding remote present . Student has an of topic and understanding material. extensive task. of topic and understanding task. of the presentation and is able to express thoughts clearly.2 Participation Student has Student has high- Student asks Student does coherent, level questions not ask high –level questions questions for during questions for discussion. discussion. presentations. during Student Student engages presentations. continues dialogue in dialogue for until adequate understanding. understanding is reached. Student incorporates information form other presentations.3 Collaboration Student initiates Student Student Student does collaboration occasionally collaborates not collaborate outside of collaborates with with other with other video conference students/ students/ students. presentation. teams from teams but the Student regularly other classrooms. collaborations collaborates are ineffective with students/teams in sharing from other ideas. classrooms.
  2. 2. 4 Presentation Student gathers Student gathers Student Student does sufficient sufficient gathers some not information for information for information gather an accurate an appropriate and uses information/ presentation. presentation. it for insufficient Presentation is Student critically presentation. sources defended with analyzes most of Student does were sought to scientific the information not critically acquire research. Student for analyze information. critically analyzes bias/perspectives. gathered information for bias/ information perspectives for bias/ perspective.5 Interaction: . Social Student shares a Student shares an Student Student does personal introduction introduces not interact introduction, and experiences self with other in a personal background, and with other students manner experiences students in an with other with other in an asynchronous students. students in an asynchronous manner. asynchronous manner. manner.6 Interaction: Technology Student Student is able to Student is able Student did not demonstrates conduct to conduct attempt ability to conduct research and research and or was not research technology technology successful and technology interaction interaction at conducting interaction without without assistance. with little research or assistance using assistance. technology several integration. tools for presentation
  3. 3. 7 Communication Student uses good Student uses good Student uses Student does eye eye occasional not use contact, speaks contact, speaks eye contact, eye contact, fluently, clearly speaks clearly does not and uses appropriate and uses and speak clearly articulation and appropriate occasionally and does volume. articulation and uses not use volume. appropriate appropriate articulation articulation or and volume. volume.8 External Sources Student makes Student makes Student makes Student does contact contact minimal/ not make with several outside with a few sources unsuccessful contact with sources to acquire to contacts external further information acquire further with outside sources. for information sources to APA/MLA presentation. Student for presentation. acquire citation is cites sources Student cites information for incomplete correctly sources correctly presentation. or incorrect. in APA/MLA format. in Student may/ APA/MLA may not format. correctly cite in APA.MLA format.9 Reflection Student expresses a Student reflects Student Student does clear reflection on clearly on reflects on not complete presentation and presentation presentation reflection on class and class and class presentation or interaction. Student interaction. interaction. class illustrates cognitive Student illustrates Student interaction. development cognitive illustrates Student according development cognitive indicates to Bloom’s six according to five development cognitive level of development. of according development Bloom’s six levels to four of according of Bloom’s to two of development. six levels of Bloom’s development. six levels of development.