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iRubric: Keyboarding Technique rubric

iRubric: Keyboarding Technique rubric

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Keyboarding Technique

  Derived from rubric: Keyboarding Technique
built by KVPatterson

Rubric Code: F5AXWA
This rubric has been created to assess students ability to type using the correct keying method, hand position, eye focus, posture and effort.
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Keywords: keyboarding, typing
Categories: Subjects: Business  
Types: Assignment   Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

Powered by iRubric Keyboarding Technique
  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Average
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Unacceptable
0 pts
Keying Mastery
Excellent

Student uses the correct finger to type each key almost the entire time.
Good

Student uses the correct finger to type each key most of the time.
Average

Student uses the correct finger to type each key about half of the time.
Poor

Student rarely uses the correct finger to type each key.
Unacceptable


Hand Position
Excellent

Student keeps fingers on the home row keys while typing with curved hands and proper wrist position almost the entire time.
Good

Student keeps fingers on the home row keys while typing with curved hands and proper wrist position most of the time.
Average

Student keeps fingers on the home row keys while typing with curved hands and proper wrist position about half the time.
Poor

Student rarely keeps fingers on the home row keys while typing with curved hands and proper wrist position.
Unacceptable


Eyes on the Source
Excellent

Student keeps eyes on the material to be typed. The student does not look at the keyboard.
Good

Student keeps eyes on the material to be typed. The student rarely looks at the keyboard.
Average

Student keeps eyes on the material to be typed. The student does not look at the keyboard about half the time.
Poor

Student keeps eyes on the material to be typed. The student frequently looks at the keyboard.
Unacceptable


Posture
Excellent

Student sits upright with feet placed correctly underneath him/her. The student has a 90 degree angle at their hips and elbows.
Good

Student sits upright with feet placed correctly underneath him/her most of the time. The student has almost a 90 degree angle at their hips and elbows.
Average

Student sits upright with feet placed correctly underneath him/her about half the time. The student is not even close to having a 90 degree angle at their hips and elbows.
Poor

Student rarely sits with feet placed correctly underneath him/her. The student has made no attempt to achieve a 90 degree angle at their hips and elbows.
Unacceptable


Effort
Excellent

Student uses class time to complete assignments and improve keyboarding skills. The student makes technique corrections successfully.
Good

Student uses class time to complete assignments and improve keyboarding skills most of the time. The student attempts to make technique corrections when given most of the time.
Average

Student uses class time to complete assignments and improve keyboarding skills about half the time. The student attempts to make technique corrections when given about half the time.
Poor

Student rarely uses class time to complete assignments and improve keyboarding skills. The student does not attempt to make technique corrections when given.
Unacceptable





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