This assessment rubric will be used to assess three distinct course assignments including:
- Your weekly course blog posts.
- As well, it will be used to assess your field blog following our third class field trip and observation (3/13) and then again when you have completed your 10 hours of independent field observations and field blog (10/13).
- This rubric will also be used to assess your clinical teaching experience.
For each assignment, the focus of this rubric is in two distinct areas including, 1. the fidelity of your work to the specific criteria of each assignment, and 2. the overall quality of your work.
1. Student work that is budding for this domain can leave the reader or audience confused about the purpose of the weblog post or the logical arguments the author is trying to make. The author fails to engage fully with nor complete the assigned task.
2. Student work that is emerging for this domain can leave the reader or audience uncertain about the purpose of the weblog post or the logical arguments the author is trying to make. The author might make unsubstantiated assertions.The author is selectively engaged with the assigned task and/or fails to complete the assigned task.
3. Maturing evidence for this domain includes, for example, a well-structured and organized weblog post where the reader can readily ascertain the author’s perspective and can follow the development of the author’s ideas. The author is engaged with the assigned task.
4. Evidence for readiness in this domain is principled weblog post that may also include moments of insight (understanding and illumination). The author is fully engaged with the assigned task.