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iRubric: Scoring Final Exam Essays rubric

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Scoring Final Exam Essays

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Rubric Code: K5WWCC
ICR MEC-180-H1 Engineering Materials - Applies to Student Learning Outcome 10 - Score essay responses to capstone comprehensive examination. Rules: If appropriate to the task, all essay parts of the question will be scored in all four criteria. Accuracy, reasoning and problem solving will be summed over the number of essay question parts. If a criterion is not applicable (e.g. problem solving,) it will not be scored on that criterion and NA will be entered. Students must achieve ZxYx2 to pass the essay parts of the question, where Z is the number of essay parts in a question and Y is the number of applicable criteria and 2 is a proficient score. Communication will be considered separately. If a student is not proficient in communication on 3 of the 4 questions, the student may not pass the exam. Depending on the task, not all elements in each level of the criteria may be addressed.
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Keywords: Final Exam Essay Questions
Categories: Subjects: Engineering   (General)  
Types: Exam  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Unsatisfactory
0 pts
Minimal
1 pts
Proficient
2 pts
Exemplary
3 pts
Accuracy and Understanding Content
The student is able to demonstrate content (factual) knowledge and understanding of material addressed in question.
Unsatisfactory

The student shows no understanding of the presented issue(s) by (1) not addressing or incorrectly addressing the relevant content, (2) not identifying or addressing a key concept or main idea, (3) providing irrelevant or inaccurate unsubstantiated examples and (3) incorrectly using terminology.
Minimal

The student shows marginal or poor understanding of the presented issue(s) by (1) barely touching on the relevant content, (2) poorly or incorrectly identifying and addressing a key concept or main idea, (3) not substantiating points with relevant or accurate examples, and (4) incorrectly or not using terminology.
Proficient

The student shows understanding of the presented issue(s) by correctly (1) addressing the most critical content, (2) identifying and addressing some of the key concepts or main ideas, (3) substantiating some points with accurate examples, and (4)
using some correct terminology.
Exemplary

The student shows exemplary understanding of the presented issue(s) by thoroughly and correctly (1) addressing the relevant content, (2)identifying and addressing the key concepts or main ideas, (3) sunstantiating points with several accurate examples and (4) extensively using correct terminology.
Reasoning
The student is able to reason with the given task situation.
Unsatisfactory

The student does not reason with the assigned materials or solve the given problem.
Minimal

Although making an attempt, the student:
(1) poorly synthesizes material, (2) makes inappropriate connections to other topics, (3) presents a weak solution to the problem, (4) does not use relevant diagrams or charts, (5) presents an incorrect evaluation of a situation or (6) does not address the relationship between content specific knowledge (e.g. math) and pedagogical principles.
Proficient

The student can:
(1) synthesize material, (2) make appropriate connections to other topics, (3) provides a possible solution to the problem, (4) choose and use relevant diagrams or charts, (5) present a correct evaluation of a situation and/or (6) address the relationship between content specific knowledge (e.g. math) with pedagogical principles.
Exemplary

The student expertly:
(1) synthesizes material, (2) makes several connections between relevant topics, (3) optimally solves the problem with rationale(s), (4) chooses, creates and uses relevant diagrams or charts, (5) presents an insightful and thorough evaluation of a situation and/or(6) integrates content specific knowledge (e.g. math) with pedagogical principles.
Communication
The student communicates with the reader.
Unsatisfactory

Unable to write well enough for scorer to understand answer. Disjointed and incomprehensible thoughts and clauses. No organization. A plethora of spelling, punctuation or mechanics errors. Illegible.
Minimal

Ideas are fragmented, wondering and repetitive, so that it is hard to understand text. Poor or weak ability to express thoughts. Reader must infer intent. Material is poorly organized. Many spelling, punctuation or mechanics errors. It is effortful to read hand writing.
Proficient

Student is mostly clear, concise and and only addreses the assigned task so that the content is understandable. Material is fairly well organized. Some spelling, punctuation or mechanics errors. Writing is mostly legible.
Exemplary

Ideas are sequenced and logical so that the content is easy to understand. Student is clear, concise and only addreses the assigned task. Material is well organized. Few or no spelling, punctuation or mechanics errors. Writes legibly.



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