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iRubric: Technology demonstration and teaching presentation rubric

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Rubric Code: SX55C86
The candidate presentation should address the question, “In what way can we effectively enrich student, teacher, or administrator learning opportunities by integrating available computer technologies into common practice?” To help answer this question, each candidate will determine a purpose for a technology application or two to be demonstrated. Determination of the selected technology is identified though need in an individual’s school. Each candidate will create an overview demonstration that demonstrates how this technology can be used, and why it should be used by the student, teacher or the administrator to achieve the desired goal. Reaching the tipping point in classroom technology use has been slow in many schools, therefore while demonstrations are unique to candidates’ schools and needs supporting documentation or instruction on how to recreate the idea must be clear and available for others to follow. To guide your development a rubric follows:
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Categories: Subjects: Health   Education  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5, Undergraduate, Graduate

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  beginning
1 pts
developing
2 pts
mastery
3 pts
Connections and Purpose
beginning

The plan's purpose is not definitively outlined with limited connections to the purpose of the integration of Technology in the school
developing

The plan's purpose is outlined with some connections to the purpose of the integration of Technology in the school
mastery

The plan's purpose is definitively outlined with clear connections to the purpose of the integration of Technology in the school
Learning Targets
beginning

Educational objectives are stated but are not measurable.
developing

Educational objectives are clear, and measurable.
mastery

Educational objectives are clear, and measurable. These goals accommodate different learning styles and abilities.
Role of Technology
beginning

The project's use of technology addresses learning objectives but doesn't allow learners to express ideas using technology.
developing

The project's use of technology addresses learning objectives. It allows learners opportunities to interact with technology and express ideas.
mastery

The project's use of technology addresses learning objectives. It allows learners opportunities to interact with technology and express ideas. It accommodates different learning styles and abilities.
Clarity of Instructions
beginning

There are guidelines or a demonstration, but insufficient for learners , as they are incomplete or unclear. The instruction provided no comment on difficulties or challenges when using the technology
developing

There are guidelines and a demonstration, that provide sufficient material for learners. These guidelines are complete. Comments were included on difficulties or challenges when using the technology but did not explain how to work through the situations encountered
mastery

There are guidelines and a demonstration, that provide a very clear understanding of the technology as well as a step-by-step clear path guideline for learners. Comments were included on difficulties or challenges encountered when using the technology and suggestions were offered on how to work through these challenges
Assessment Tools
beginning

Limited assessment tools provided for this project. Unclear on assessment goals
developing

Assessment tools provided for this project.Assessment goals were provided
mastery

Many assessment tools provided for this project. Clear Assessment goals were provided adapting to different learning styles



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