This rubric is designed to assess the skills and dispositions involved in lifelong learning. Assignments that encourage students to reflect on how they incorporated their lifelong learning skills into their work samples or collections of work by applying above skills and dispositions will provide the means for assessing those criteria. Work samples or collections of work tell what is known or can be done by students, while reflections tell what students think or feel or perceive. Reflection provides the evaluator with a much better understanding of who students are because through reflection students share how they feel about or make sense of their learning experiences. Reflection allows analysis and interpretation of the work samples or collections of work for the reader. Perhaps the best fit for this rubric are those assignments that prompt the integration of experience beyond the classroom. Courtesy of AAC&U: http://aacu.org/value/index.cfm
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