Upper MoutereSchoolBloggingRubricPrestructural	   Unistructural	   Multistructural	   Relational	   Extended Abstract	  	 ...
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Blogging Rubric

  1. 1. Upper MoutereSchoolBloggingRubricPrestructural   Unistructural   Multistructural   Relational   Extended Abstract            Quality ofWriting£ Posts  give  no  new  information  about  your  learning    £ Idea  has  no  elaboration  £ Gives  some  new  information  about  your  learning  £ Posts  have  one  idea  related  to  the  topic  £ Ideas  have  no  elaboration  £ Posts  have  many  ideas  related  to  the  topic  £ Some  ideas  have  basic  elaboration      £ Some  new  information  about  the  your  learning  OR  is  reflective    £ Informational  post:  your  create  new  ideas  OR  make  new  meaning  £ Posts  have  one  elaborated  idea  OR  many  ideas  that  have  some  elaboration    £ Very  informative  or  deeply  reflective  £ Informational  post:  synthesizes  learning  and  construct  new  meaning    £ Ideas  are  complex  and  elaborate  Voice£ Uses  a  small  range  of  simple,  everyday  words  and  phrases  from  personal  vocabulary      £ Uses  a  wider  range  of  simple,  everyday  words  and  phrases  from  personal  vocabulary      £ May  use  adjectives,  adverbs  and/or  precise  verbs  to  add  interest  and  detail      £ May  use  idioms,  metaphors,  similes  and  other  figures  of  speech  to  entertain  the  reader      £ Deliberate  and  sustained  use  of  precise  vocabulary  (descriptive,  expressive,  academic,  technical  and/or  abstract)  for  effect      Multimediaand Posts£ No  multimedia  £ Write  posts  simply  about  “what  you  already  know”  £ Includes  text  and  an  image  in  posts  £ Write  posts  simply  about  “what  you  already  know”  £ Includes  facts  in  posts    £ End  posts  with  questions  to  encourage  comments  £ Plan  posts  and  save  drafts  to  edit  before  publishing  £ Use  one  simple  hyperlinks  £ Include  text  and  an  image  and/or  embedded  Web  2.0  tool/multimedia  in  post  £ Includes  some  research  or  facts  in  posts      £ Web  2.0  /  multimedia  tool  shares  your  learning  OR  extends  your  ideas  £ Use  one  or  two  hyperlinks  to  add  to  the  readers’  understanding    £ Multiple  pieces  of  multimedia  used  in  one  post  £ Multimedia  shares  your  learning,  adds  depth  to  the  message,  and  extends  your  ideas  –  posts  are  original  and  creative  £ Include  a  range  of  different  images  (own  and  Creative  Commons),  multimedia  and  web  2.0  tools  to  enhance  posts.  Consistency£ Do  not  update  your  blog   £ Updates  blog  when  reminded  £ Updates  blog  occasionally  £ Moderate  comments    £ Updates  blog  on  a  regular  basis    £ Moderate/replies  to  comments  within  a  few  days  of  receiving  them  £ Updates  blog  often,  even  when  not  required  £ Moderate/replies  to  comments  as  they  arise    Emma  Watts  &  Upper  Moutere  Staff  2013  Blogging  Rubric  based  on:  Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  –  Langwitches  –  Globally  Connected  Learning  &  Andrew  Churches  Blooms  Taxonomy  Commenting  Rubric  &  Kim  Cofino’s  &  Uni  of  Wisconsin’s  Blogging  Rubric  &  Kathleen  Morris    http://primarytech.global2.vic.edu.au      
  2. 2. Upper MoutereSchoolBloggingRubricPrestructural   Unistructural   Multistructural   Relational   Extended Abstract            Presentation(Blog Design)£ Uses  the  basic  blog  theme  from  setting  up  blog  £ Choose  a  basic  theme  that  is  easy  to  navigate  £ Includes  labels  for  students  OR  learning  areas  £ Include  an  about  page  £ Include  a  search  box  and  links  £ Use  fonts  and  dark  coloured  text  that  is  easy  to  read  £ Include  a  number  of  pages  with  static  information  e.g.  guidelines,  websites,  parent  information  £ Include  some  third  part  widgets  (e.g.  ClustrMaps)  £ Include  an  email  subscription  £ Use  a  theme  that  is  clear,  well  designed  and  easy  to  customize  £ Revise  pages  regularly  to  ensure  info  is  up-­‐to-­‐date  £ Customize  your  theme  with  images  and  backgrounds,  layout  etc.  ensuring  blog  is  still  easy  to  navigate  and  read  £ Limit  “fun”  widgets  to  not  take  a  way  from  posts  and  speed  up  loading  time    DigitalCitizenship£ Uses  copyrighted  images   £ Use  own  images  and  copyrighted  images  £ Keep  YAPPY  information  safe  (your  full  name,  address,  phone  number)  £ Beginning  to  Creative  Commons  materials  £ Developing  netiquette:  respecting  the  viewpoints  of  all  readers  and  commenters  £ Understands  and  is  beginning  to  use  netiquette:  respect  the  viewpoints  of  all  readers  and  commenters  £ Often  uses  Creative  Commons  materials  and  beginning  to  use  correct  attributions.  £ Consistently  uses  netiquette  £ Consistently  use  Creative  Commons  materials  with  correct  attributions.  £ Cite  all  sources  of  information  Community£ No  labels  (tags)  on  post   £ Label  (tag)  some  posts   £ Label  (tag)  most  posts   £ Label  (tag)  all  posts    £ Contains  links  to  other  blogs,  websites  or  PDFs  to  help  the  reader’s  understanding  £ Contains  links  to  other  blogs,  websites  or  PDFs  to  help  the  reader’s  understanding  £ Links  are  relevant  £ All  posts  are  labeled  Comments£ Read  some  comments   £ Read  all  comments   £ Read  all  comments  and  reply  to  comments  with  questions  £ Begin  to  use  the  letter  format  for  quality  commenting  £ Read  and  reply  to  all  comments  £ Compliment  the  writer  £ Ask  questions  £ Consistently  follow  the  letter  format  for  quality  commenting  £ Reply  to  all  comments  and  regularly  ask  commenters  thoughtful  questions  to  generate  further  discussion  £ Add  new  ideas  and  include  links  to  sources  Collaboration£ Read  your  own  blog  and  other  class  blogs  within  our  school  £ Read  your  own  blog,  other  class  blogs  from  your  school,  and  blogs  from  around  the  world  £ Regularly  read  and  occasionally  comment  on  a  number  of  blogs  from  your  school  and  around  the  world    £ Regularly  read  and  comment  on  a  number  of  blogs  from  your  school  and  around  the  world  £ Organise  other  blogs  in  a  blogroll  on  your  blog  £ Work  together  with  other  educational  bloggers  on  global  collaborative  projects    

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