Rubrics to Assess Collaboration and Teamwork ~ UW-Stout
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List of January, February, and March Online Courses with Openings Rubrics to Assess Collaboration and Teamwork Tech Tip: Shortcut Tool for Creative Commons Image Attribution Featured Course: EDUC 762 Assessment in E-Learning
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Discussion Board Rubric This sample rubric from the Rutgers University School of Communication and Information includes categories such as: connection to course materials, contribution to learning community, and writing quality.
Discussion Participation Rubric (PDF) Kelvin Thompson’s rubric includes criteria such as: responsiveness, application, timeliness, and adherence to protocols.
EDUC 762 931 March 2 - April 24, 2015 Instructor: Jim Erbe EDUC 762 960 June 29 - August 21, 2015 Instructor: Datta Kaur Khalsa
Design robust online assessments
Learn strategies to minimize plagiarism
Develop concise rubrics for evaluating achievement of learning objectives
Discover timesaving voice and video grading options
Use blogs, wikis, surveys, and e-portfolios to assess individual and group activities
"I found this class to be immensely gratifying, and I can honestly say that my mind is full with new ideas, new concepts and new ways to assess students that I either shrugged off as ‘it will never work’ or simply didn't think to consider.” ~ Kristina Vines, Technical College Instructor/Program Chairperson Surgical Technology