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Edtc6320 tutorial rubricfeedbackl_troncoso

  1. 1. EDTC 6320 Tutorial Rubric Feedback for Luis T.<br />Your tutorial should address the items listed below in the rubric. When you are providing feedback to another student, this rubric should be your guide. Please provide your teammate comments that will be helpful to them in improving their product. 12 Points 9 Points6 PointsCommentsContent12Excellent at covering concepts in the tutorial as identified by the introduction.Adequately covers topic as identified by introduction.Poorly covers topic and/or does not introduce topic to audience. Great job Organization12Content is well organized and progresses through the tutorial logically in a manner that is clear to viewer.Content is mostly organized and makes some sense to the viewer.Content is poorly organized and difficult for the viewer to follow. Very well organized Design**12Makes excellent use of font, color, graphics, effects, etc. to enhance the presentation; is consistent in font size, color, style; tutorial is easy to read. Makes good use of font, color, graphics, effects, etc. to enhance to presentation but some inconsistencies in size, color, style may appear. Makes use of font, color, graphics, effects, etc. but occasionally these detract from the presentation content. Good job on the fonts and colors like the smile faceVisuals12Excellent image quality with much variety that relates strongly to the content. Creativity used in choice of images. Good image quality that mostly relates to the topic. Some evidence of creativity.Poor image quality or does not have adequate images in the tutorial. Many images that do not relate to the content of the tutorial. Interactivity12 Several examples of interactivity used within the presentation to engage the viewer in content.At least one example of interactivity that attempts to engage the viewer in the presentation.No interactivity component in the presentation. Showed us how to use the power pointI dont know if Dr. Pan wants it to be interactive like our other project but you could add a quiz at the end of the presentation to check for understanding.Narration12Narration is upbeat and friendly; shows strong evidence of narrator's interest in topic.Recorded narration is mostly upbeat and shows enthusiasm at times.Recorded narration is monotone with no voice expression or interest in topic. Like the narrationGrammar**12 No misspellings or grammatical errors. No HTML errors in tutorial (e.g., broken links, missing images). Three or fewer misspellings and/or mechanical errors. No more than two HTML errors in tutorialFour misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Multiple errors in HTML. Audience12Tutorial is clearly directed toward undergraduate college audience who are English language learners. Most of tutorial directed toward undergraduate audience.Tutorial is inappropriate for intended audience. Geared toward your audience which is kidsCreativity 12Topic covered with unusual insight and creativity. Information presented in unusual or unique way.Topic covered with some insight and creativity with some original ideas way.Topic mainly presents others’ ideas with little creativity apparent.  Credits12Full credits included with citation for any content included; all credits clearly indicated at the end of the presentation. Name of tutorial developer included in presentation. Credits are not included in the presentation.  Humor/Fun12Evidence of humor in your presentation - fun factor is included. _____120___/120<br />

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