Learning Experience Rubrics

Your contribution to the development and staging of your class learning experiences will be assessed using the following rubrics. Responsibilities for the Learning Experience include your:

  1. Demonstrated understanding of assigned reading(s);
  2. Participation in a seminar meeting with me (Dr. Shutkin) in advance of the class learning experience;
  3. Participation in the planning of the class learning experiences;
  4. Participation in the teaching of the class learning experiences;
  5. Authoring and posting a Learning Experience discussion to your WebLog (~ 750 words)

Lx BlogPost Assessment Rubric

Responsibilities for the Learning Experience BlogPost include your summary of the learning experiences including:

  1. Place emphasis on demonstrating your understanding of the assigned reading.  Discuss and analyze:
    • What the reading was about,
    • How it is developed, and
    • It’s point of view.
    • What your LC chose to emphasize and why;
  2. Also discuss:
    • The design of the learning experience (include links to shared material such as a Google Slide);
    • Your contributions to the design of the learning experience;
    • Your responsibilities during the learning experience; and
    • References consulted for the learning experience.

(Approximately 750 words)

Exceeding | In responding to the Learning Experience assignment prompt, the writer demonstrates a rigorous and in-depth understanding of content and purpose through the development and support of their blog post. Appropriate organization and style is evident. [5 points]

Meeting | In responding to the Lx prompt, the writer demonstrates a thorough understanding of content and purpose through the development and support of their blog post. Appropriate organization and style is evident. [3 points]

Approaching | In responding to the Lx prompt, the writer demonstrates an awareness of content and purpose and attempts to develop and support their blog post. Appropriate organization and style is evident. [1 point]

Needing Improvement | In responding to the Lx prompt, the writer demonstrates minimal or no attention to content and purpose. Blog post topic may be unsuitable, and/or the writer may not develop or support an argument. Appropriate organization and style might not be evident. [0 point]


Learning Experience Assessment Rubric

Exceeding | The teacher demonstrates a rigorous and in-depth understanding of context, purpose and content knowledge in selecting an appropriately complex topic and thoroughly developing and supporting it through a well organized series of learning experiences. [5 grade points]

Meeting | The teacher demonstrates a thoughtful understanding of context, purpose and content knowledge in selecting an appropriately complex topic and thoughtfully supporting it through the design of an appropriate series of learning experiences. [3 grade points]

Approaching | The teacher demonstrates an awareness of context, purpose and content knowledge through their selection of a topic and attempt to develop and support it through appropriate organization and presentation. [1 grade point]

Needing Improvement | The teacher demonstrates minimal or no attention to context and purpose in selecting a topic and/or the topic may be unsuitable, and/or the teacher may not develop or support the topic through appropriate organization or presentation. [0 grade point]