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iRubric: Weekly Online Discussion Rubric

iRubric: Weekly Online Discussion Rubric

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Weekly Online Discussion Rubric built by kelvin_thompson

Rubric Code: SX9B5B
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Keywords: discussions onlinecourse
Categories: Subjects: (General)  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate, Graduate, Post Graduate

Powered by iRubric Weekly Online Discussion Rubric
  Poor
59 pts
Fair
69 pts
Good
79 pts
Excellent
89 pts
Superior
100 pts
Assignment Responsiveness
22.5 % Responsiveness to discussion assignment prompt
Poor

50% or less of the prompt addressed in one or more postings
Fair

Up to 75% of the prompt components addressed in one or more postings
Good

Up to 90% of the prompt components addressed in one or more postings
Excellent

All components of discussion prompt addressed in multiple postings
Superior

All components of discussion prompt addressed in initial posting
Reading Application
22.5 % Application of assigned reading(s)
Poor

Postings reflect no evidence of assigned readings
Fair

Very unclear that readings were understood by incorporation into postings
Good

Somewhat unclear that readings were understood by incorporation into postings
Excellent

Somewhat clear that readings were understood by incorporation into postings
Superior

Very clear that readings were understood by incorporation into postings
Discussion Responsiveness
22.5 % Responsiveness to group discussion
Poor

No evidence that any other postings have been read/Unwitting repetition of questions or points made by others
Fair

One or more points from one or more participants only vaguely built upon/refuted in postings
Good

At least one point from one other participant clearly built upon/refuted in postings
Excellent

At least one point from multiple participants clearly built upon/refuted in postings
Superior

Multiple points from multiple participants clearly built upon/refuted in postings
Posting Timeliness
22.5 % Timeliness of discussion contributions
Poor

Postings very concentrated during the week (i.e., all posted within a very brief period of time)
Fair

Postings somewhat concentrated during the week (i.e., all posted within a somewhat brief period of time)
Good

Postings neither distributed nor concentrated throughout the week
Excellent

Postings somewhat distributed throughout the week
Superior

Postings well distributed throughout the week
Posting Quantity
5 % Quantity of contributions
Poor

Replies only (regardless of number)
Fair

Original posting only
Good

Less than the minimum number of postings (original post and at least one reply)
Excellent

Met the minimum number of postings (original post and replies)
Superior

Exceeded the minimum number of postings (original post and replies)
Discussion Protocols
5 % Adherence to discussion protocols
Poor

25% or less of the online protocols* followed
Fair

Up to 50% of the online protocols* followed
Good

Up to 75% of the online protocols* followed
Excellent

Up to 90% of the online protocols* followed
Superior

All on-line protocols* followed



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