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iRubric: Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology rubric

iRubric: Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology rubric

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Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology built by ryanp411

Rubric Code: NX9X7B9
To be used in machining technology classes to assess how well students are able to apply theory knowledge to accomplish an assigned task.
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Categories: Subjects: Vocational   Education  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Machine Shop Skills
96 %
  Excellent
96 pts
Good
89 pts
Fair
80 pts
Poor
70 pts
Unacceptable
50 pts
Grade
(N/A)
Job Completion
45 %
Excellent

The job was 100% complete and worked according to the task description.
Good

The job was complete and worked, but needed minor modifications.
Fair

The job was complete but did not work; needed several minor modifications.
Poor

The job was complete but did not work; needed several major modiications.
Unacceptable

The job was incomplete and did not work.
Grade


Ability to Follow Directions
5 %
Excellent

Followed directions to the letter.
Good

Followed directions.
Fair

Moderately followed directions.
Poor

Did not follow directions.
Unacceptable

Did not appear concerned with directions.
Grade


Demonstrated Knowledge of Theory
5 %
Excellent

Student knows and is able to identify and explain necessary theories for completion of the project.
Good

Student is able to identify and explain necessary theories for completion of the project with some assistance.
Fair

Student is unable to identify or explain concepts without major prompting.
Poor

Student is not able to both identify and explain major theories.
Unacceptable

Student is unable to either identify or explain any related theories to the project.
Grade


Student Preparedness
5 %
Excellent

Student had/gathered all materials and was completely ready to go to work.
Good

Student had/gathered most materials and went to work.
Fair

Student had/gathered most materials, however, they needed excess time to do so.
Poor

Student did not have/gather some of the needed materials to perform work.
Unacceptable

Student did not have/gather the needed materials and was unable to perform work.
Grade


Time Management
5 %
Excellent

Routinely used time well throughout the project to get the job done on time.
Good

Used time fairly well throughout the project.
Fair

Procrastinated somewhat but did get the job done on time.
Poor

Was unable to adequately meet timeline due to inablility.
Unacceptable

Did not meet timeline due to procrastination or wasting time.
Grade


Student Attitude During Project
5 %
Excellent

Student turned in a project they considered a reflection of their diligent efforts.
Good

Student turned in a project they are pleased with.
Fair

Student turned in a project that is semi-decent to receive a fair grade.
Poor

Student turned in project simply to receive credit.
Unacceptable

Student turned in a project without concern for its reflection of their work.
Grade


Application of Safety Practices
10 %
Excellent

Student followed all safety rules.
Good

Student followed most safety rules, may have forgotten one.
Fair

Student attempted to follow safety rules but failed to meet several.
Poor

Student failed to follow a significant number of safety rules.
Unacceptable

Student made no effort to follow safety rules.
Grade


Care of Machine, Tools & Claenup
5 %
Excellent

Student took great care of the precision tools & and equipment that he or she used. All tools where retuned to tool room & the machine and work area was cleaned properly.
Good

Student took some care with the precision tools & equipment. Work area & machine where particaly cleaned. Some tools not returned to tool room.
Fair

Little care was taken with tools & machine.<BR>
Few tools where returned to the tool room. Machine and work area not week cleaned.
Poor

Student failed to take care of tools and or did not clean the <BR>
machine.
Unacceptable

Student was careless with tools & or machine resulting in broken tools or equipment. Student did not return tools to the tool room and aslo did not clean machine and assinged work area.
Grade


Total Score
100 %
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