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Lab Exercise Grading Criteria built by ET_Cert

Rubric Code: M43BCX
Lab assessment rubric blending Bloom's taxonomy and DACUM profile for electronic & instrumentation technicians. Created by Marj Ashcraft for Transforming Leaders, LLC 8/2010.
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Keywords: Lab Rubric for use in CCBC Electronics Certification Program.
Categories: Subjects: Vocational  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Lab Exercise Grading Criteria
Students who fail to appear for or complete any scheduled lab exercise automatically receive a point value of “0” (grade F) for that lab exercise.
  Poor
1 pts Performance is generally inadequate, mediocre and may even pose a hazard to the student and/or others as well as significant danger/damage to equipment.
Fair
3 pts Performance is generally satisfactory with minimal risk to equipment.; however, student is not yet at the level qualified to be practicing in the field and effectively representing the profession and the certifying institution.
Good
5 pts Performance is of good quality, demonstrating a consistently professional level of knowledge, skill, ability and behavior competent to be practicing in the field and effectively representing the profession and certifying institution.
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(N/A) Instructor Feedback
Work Environment
Always maintains a clean & safe work environment


[DACUM codes A1-12]
Poor

Demonstrates a poor understanding or appreciation of clean & safe work environment practices. Does not come prepared. Frequently needs to be reminded of proper safety procedures and/or their order of performance. Has a work area which is often poorly maintained. May pose possible danger or hindrance to himself/herself and others because of lack of preparation, lack of proper area maintenance, or failure to take safety precautions seriously.
Fair

Demonstrates a fairly good understanding and use of clean and safe work environment practices. Is usually prepared and generally follows safety procedures correctly and in proper order with only a few minor reminders or corrections. May need occasional prompting to keep area clean and secure but does not pose any real danger to himself/herself or others.
Good

Demonstrates full understanding and application of a clean & safe work environment. Is always fully prepared and automatically follows all specified safety procedures correctly and in proper order. Keeps area clean and secure without being reminded. Demonstrates that s/he takes all precautions seriously.
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Test Equipment
Effectively maintains and calibrates test equipment

[DACUM codes B1-9]
Poor

Demonstrates poor understanding and use of maintaining and calibrating test equipment. Needs constant direction and supervision in performing proper test equipment maintenance, calibration or diagnostic procedures and schedules.
Fair

Usually demonstrates good understanding and use of proper maintenance and calibration of test equipment. Generally follows proper test equipment maintenance, calibration and diagnostic procedures and schedules with some correction or guidance on occasion.
Good

Demonstrates full comprehension and application by properly maintaining & calibrating test equipment. Always follows proper procedures and schedules without prompting or help.
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Assembly & Testing
Correctly assembles & tests specified items or products


[DACUM codes D1-15; E1-3; F1-4. F10, F11]
Poor

Shows poor grasp & application of assembly & testing. Fails to follow correct procedures & accepted standards/practices. Interprets sketches, schematics, verbal directions & instructions with less than 70% accuracy. Fails to assemble, configure & ensure test equipment is calibrated at least 70% of the time. Performs functional tests improperly; fails to verify parts against specs/requirements. Fails to record, analyze or certify test data with at least 70% accuracy.
Fair

Shows sufficient grasp & use of assembly & testing. Follows procedures & accepted standards/ practices with less than 70% error. Interprets sketches, schematics, verbal directions & instructions with at least 70% accuracy. Properly assembles, configures & calibrates test equipment at least 70% of the time. Performs functional tests & verifies parts against specs/ requirements with at least 70% accuracy. Records, analyzes & certifies test data with at least 70% accuracy.
Good

Shows effective grasp & application of assembly & testing. Properly follows all procedures & accepted standards/ practices. Correctly interprets sketches, schematics, verbal directions & instructions with 90-100% accuracy. Always assembles, configures & calibrates test equipment before testing. Performs proper functional tests & verifies parts against specs/requirements with 90-100% accuracy. Correctly records, analyzes & certifies test data with 90-100% accuracy.
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Troubleshooting
Accurately troubleshoots equipment & specified items or products

[DACUM codes G1-12; H1-3]
Poor

Fails to research equipment & products &/or use troubleshooting aids & equipment manuals properly. Fails to perform adequate inspection. Does not apply effective troubleshooting techniques at the appropriate level (i.e., systems, board, component). Does not maintain good records/logs (inaccurate, insufficient detail, not up-to-date, or none at all). Fails to identify appropriate repair parts needed, their suppliers, or to check for availability and prices using electronic & manual sources.
Fair

Researches equipment/products or uses troubleshooting aids/equipment manuals at least 70% of time. Does adequate inspection (may miss 1 or 2 circuits, etc.). Uses troubleshooting techniques at appropriate level (systems, board, component) with at least 70% accuracy. Keeps good records/logs but may need some improvement (better accuracy or detail, etc.). With at least 70% accuracy, identifies appropriate repair parts needed, suppliers, availability & prices using electronic & manual sources.
Good

Researches equipment & products & uses troubleshooting aids & equipment manuals. Performs thorough inspection (i.e., properly traces all circuits, etc.). Applies troubleshooting techniques at the appropriate level --systems, board, component -- with 90-100% accuracy. Keeps clear, precise and up-to-date records/logs. With 90%-100% accuracy, identifies appropriate repair parts needed, their suppliers, & checks for availability and prices using electronic & manual sources.
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Interactive Communications
Communicates & interacts effectively & in positive way with others.


[DACUM codes C1-12]
Poor

Lacks effective communication & interaction skills in/during lab exercise. Fails (or needs constant reminder) to participate in sharing info, feedback & support with other students/instructor re course concepts, applications, etc. in/during lab. Uses course terminology poorly or not at all; conveys questions, info or ideas poorly/ineffectively to others. May antagonize, dominate or interact without respect for others. Does not meet campus standards for required English language skills.
Fair

Shows fairly good communication & interaction skills in/during lab exercise. May need occasional prompting to participate in sharing info, feedback & support with other students/instructor re course concepts, applications, etc. in/during lab. May need some help on using proper course terminology &/or in clarifying questions, ideas or info to others. Is in general compliance with campus standards of behavior & required English language skills.
Good

Shows good communication & interaction skills in/during lab exercise. Maintains open and professional working relationship with instructor & other students in/during lab. May mentor others. Conveys questions, info and ideas to others clearly, effectively & using correct course terminology/concepts. Is in full compliance with campus standards of behavior & required English language skills.
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