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iRubric: Civic Engagement VALUE Rubric

iRubric: Civic Engagement VALUE Rubric

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Civic Engagement VALUE Rubric

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Rubric Code: C54XW3
Civic engagement is "working to make a difference in the civic life of our communities and developing the combination of knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make that difference. It means promoting the quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes." (Excerpted from Civic Responsibility and Higher Education, edited by Thomas Ehrlich, published by Oryx Press, 2000, Preface, page vi.) In addition, civic engagement encompasses actions wherein individuals participate in activities of personal and public concern that are both individually life enriching and socially beneficial to the community. Courtesy of AAC&U: http://aacu.org/value/index.cfm
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Keywords: Civic identity, Civic life, Politics, Government
Categories: Subjects: (General)  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate, Graduate, Post Graduate

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  Capstone
4 pts
Milestone
3 pts
Milestone
2 pts
Benchmark
1 pts
Diversity
Diversity of Communities and Cultures
Capstone

Demonstrates evidence of adjustment in own attitudes and beliefs because of working within and learning from diversity of communities and cultures. Promotes others' engagement with diversity.
Milestone

Reflects on how own attitudes and beliefs are different from those of other cultures and communities. Exhibits curiosity about what can be learned from diversity of communities and cultures.
Milestone

Has awareness that own attitudes and beliefs are different from those of other cultures and communities. Exhibits little curiosity about what can be learned from diversity of communities and cultures.
Benchmark

Expresses attitudes and beliefs as an individual, from a one-sided view. Is indifferent or resistant to what can be learned from diversity of communities and cultures.
Analysis of Knowledge
Capstone

Connects and extends knowledge (facts, theories, etc.) from one's own academic study/field/discipline to civic engagement and to one's own participation in civic life, politics, and government.
Milestone

Analyzes knowledge (facts, theories, etc.) from one's own academic study/field/discipline making relevant connections to civic engagement and to one's own participation in civic life, politics, and government.
Milestone

Begins to connect knowledge (facts, theories, etc.) from one's own academic study/field/discipline to civic engagement and to tone's own participation in civic life, politics, and government.
Benchmark

Begins to identify knowledge (facts, theories, etc.) from one's own academic study/field/discipline that is relevant to civic engagement and to one's own participation in civic life, politics, and government.
Civic Identity and Commitment
Capstone

Provides evidence of experience in civic-engagement activities and describes what she/he has learned about her or himself as it relates to a reinforced and clarified sense of civic identity and continued commitment to public action.
Milestone

Provides evidence of experience in civic-engagement activities and describes what she/he has learned about her or himself as it relates to a growing sense of civic identity and commitment.
Milestone

Evidence suggests involvement in civic-engagement activities is generated from expectations or course requirements rather than from a sense of civic identity.
Benchmark

Provides little evidence of her/his experience in civic-engagement activities and does not connect experiences to civic identity.
Civic Communication
Capstone

Tailors communication strategies to effectively express, listen, and adapt to others to establish relationships to further civic action
Milestone

Effectively communicates in civic context, showing ability to do all of the following: express, listen, and adapt ideas and messages based on others' perspectives.
Milestone

Communicates in civic context, showing ability to do more than one of the following: express, listen, and adapt ideas and messages based on others' perspectives.
Benchmark

Communicates in civic context, showing ability to do one of the following: express, listen, and adapt ideas and messages based on others' perspectives.
Civic Action and Reflection
Capstone

Demonstrates independent experience and shows initiative in team leadership of complex or multiple civic engagement activities, accompanied by reflective insights or analysis about the aims and accomplishments of one’s actions.
Milestone

Demonstrates independent experience and team leadership of civic action, with reflective insights or analysis about the aims and accomplishments of one’s actions.
Milestone

Has clearly participated in civically focused actions and begins to reflect or describe how these actions may benefit individual(s) or communities.
Benchmark

Has experimented with some civic activities but shows little internalized understanding of their aims or effects and little commitment to future action.
Civic Contexts/Structures
Capstone

Demonstrates ability and commitment to collaboratively work across and within community contexts and structures to achieve a civic aim.
Milestone

Demonstrates ability and commitment to work actively within community contexts and structures to achieve a civic aim.
Milestone

Demonstrates experience identifying intentional ways to participate in civic contexts and structures.
Benchmark

Experiments with civic contexts and structures, tries out a few to see what fits.



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