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Final Project Assignment Rubric 
This is a rubric for for the Final Project assignment
Rubric Code: E22868X
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Subject: Education  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


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  Advanced

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Proficient

(N/A)

Developing

(N/A)

Not Present

(N/A)

Statement of Purpose

A PowerPoint presentation has been created to address providing students with special needs appropriate accommodations and modifications during high stakes testing.

Advanced

16 to 20 points

The presentation clearly creates a message that is crafted for the intended audience and school type, i.e., primary, junior or high school educational institutions. Between 10-15 examples or options are provided that support the statement of purpose. The format used one of the approved formats.
Proficient

11 to 15 points

The statement of purpose does not clearly communicate who the target audience is, 10 examples or options are listed to support the statement of purpose.
Developing

5 to 10 points

The statement of purpose is not selected from an approved topic for the presentation, less than 10 examples or options are listed to support the statement of purpose.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

Statement of purpose is mentioned but not discussed at all. There are no supporting examples or options listed to support the statement of purpose.
Rationale

High stakes testing includes many stakeholders. Because high stakes tests determine important things for the students, schools and districts, it is imperative to use concise and evidence based research to accommodate and modify the current testing environment for our students with special needs. This presentation will demonstrate those accommodations and modifications based on the 13 IDEA disabilities listed.

Advanced

16 to 20 points

The rationale utilizes the statement of purpose clearly and defines how the presentation fits into the broad area of education. Information is included how this topic will help teachers in the classroom.
Proficient

11 to 15 points

The rationale is strong and clearly explains where the topic fits into the area of education. Only one example how of this information can help teachers in the classroom.
Developing

5 to 10 points

Presentation topic is presented nicely but the rationale is not clearly defined as to how this topic fits into the broad area of education. Some information is provided on how this topic helps teachers in the classroom.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

The topic is listed but there is no rationale included on how this topic fits into the broad area of education. There is no information present on how the topic will help teachers in the classroom.
Research Base

Advanced

16 to 20 points

A minimum of 3 scholarly sources are listed that have been published within the last 5 years. These sources were cited accurately in the current APA format. Additional sources were used to support the statement of purpose and correctly cited on the references page in APA format.
Proficient

11 to 15 points

3 scholarly sources are listed that have been published; however, only two were published within the last 5 years. These sources were cited and formatted correctly in current APA format. Additional sources used were cited correctly in APA format.
Developing

5 to 10 points

2 scholarly sources are listed; however, both were published within the last 5 years. Additional sources were used to support the topic. These sources were accurately formatted and cited in current APA format.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

1 scholarly source is listed that has been published within the last 5 years. This citation was not correctly formatted to APA standards.
Applications and Outcomes

Clear applications of how these accommodations and modification can be used even if there is limited funding available. Information is outlined in the presentation about how these tools can be put in any teacher or education professional's toolbox when it comes to preparing and training for high stakes testing.

Advanced

16 to 20 points

The presentation clearly demonstrated how the information can be implemented by a school or in a classroom. Additional information was included on how teachers could use the information in their professional teaching community. 4 beneficial outcomes are listed as a result of this presentation being utilized in a school or classroom.
Proficient

11 to 15 points

The presentation clearly demonstrated how the information can be implemented by a school or in a classroom. Additional information was included on how teachers could use the information in their professional teaching community. 3 beneficial outcomes are listed as a result of this presentation being utilized in a school or classroom.
Developing

5 to 10 points

The presentation did not clearly demonstrate how the information can be implemented by a school or in a classroom. No information was present how this presentation could benefit other teaching professionals. 2 beneficial outcomes are listed as a result of this presentation being utilized in a school or classroom.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

The presentation did not demonstrate how the information can be implement by a school or in a classroom. No information was provided about the benefits of using the presentation within the teaching community. Beneficial outcomes were missing from presentation.
Grammar / Spelling

Advanced

16 to 20 points

Sentences are easy to read and grammatically correct. There is correct spelling, punctuation and capitalization is present. Expansive vocabulary is present.
Proficient

11 to 15 points

3 or more sentences are fragments or run-ons, punctuation is used incorrectly 1 time.
Textbook vocabulary is utilized 3 or more times.
Developing

5 to 10 points

5 or more words are spelled incorrectly, grammar is misused and words that should be capitalized are not. Slang is present and incorrect terminology is used to describe relevant educational terms more than 3 times. The writing of the presentation is in a colloquial voice.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

10 or more words are spelled incorrectly. Presentation is written with a lot of slang and there are 5 or more grammatical errors present in the presentation.
Format

Advanced

16 to 20 points

The presentation is neat, orderly and easy to follow. Appropriate amount of graphics and/or illustrations are used. There is correct use of the current APA formatting guidelines.
Proficient

11 to 15 points

The presentation is neat, orderly and easy to follow. Not enough graphics or illustrations are present with the presentation. 2 or more errors were found when using current APA formatting guidelines.
Developing

5 to 10 points

The presentation has 6 or more errors that make the presentation hard to read. 4 or more errors are present with the use of current APA formatting.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

The presentation has 10 or more errors that make the presentation unreadable. Current APA formatting is not present.
Total points: 100
There are 100 points available for this assignment.



Keywords:
  • Powerpoint Presentation







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