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Instructional Unit Lesson 
This is a lesson plan focusing on technology integration in classroom instruction with lesson planning elements appropriately aligned. Each student will create each segment of an instructional lesson unit for use in classroom instruction. This is worth a total of 50 points.
Rubric Code: N2X855X
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Subject: Computers  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate, Graduate


Powered by iRubric Instructional Lesson - Part A
This part of the instructional lesson is worth 30 points:

State your Student Learning Outcomes for this lesson in your presentation.

Presentation/Instructional Video of a topic. (10 points)

Check for Understanding Video with Quiz questions. (10 points)

Assignment/Activity. (10 points)
  Advanced

10 pts

Capable

9 pts

Progressing

8 pts

Beginning

7 pts

Insufficient and below

6 pts

Presentation/Instructional Video
10 pts

The presentation completely teaches the content area using Zoom or Screencast-o-matic.
No grammar or spelling errors. It is engaging, polished, and professional.

Student learning outcomes/objectives are clear for this entire lesson. All components, (Presentation/Instructional Video, Assignment/Activity, Rubric, & Test/Quiz) are aligned with your student learning.

Advanced

Delivers the content, specifies student learning outcomes and how they align with all components.
Capable

Informs the audience of the topic, gives an overview, aligns learning outcomes with most of the components.
Progressing

Attempts to inform the audience on the topic, but the explanation is unclear or fails to give an outline/overview of what is to be presented.
Beginning

Does not attempt to inform the audience about the topic of the presentation.
Insufficient and below

Tried but did not achieve goal.
Check for Understanding Video
10 pts

EDpuzzle - includes at least 3 Quiz questions and 1 note. This activity connects students with the materials by activating their critical thinking. This can be anywhere in your lesson design. For example, it could come at the beginning as an anticipatory set or pretest, in the middle for content absorption, or at the end as the assessment.

Advanced

EDpuzzle is interactive and engaging, includes 3 questions and 1 note. Questions stimulate students' critical thinking and are well placed within the video lecture.
Capable

EDpuzzle is not interactive or includes 2 questions and 1 note. OR Includes 3 questions but no note. AND Questions encourage critical thinking.
Progressing

EDpuzzle includes 1 question and 1 note. OR Includes 2 questions but no note. OR Questions do not encourage critical thinking.
Beginning

Edpuzzle includes only notes and no questions.
Insufficient and below

Edpuzzle includes just the video without notes.
Activity/Assignment
10 pts

The activity/assignment created in VoiceThread, Padlet, Flipgrid or other collaborative software is used.

The assignment is aligned with and relevant to the lecture content, engages student critical thinking, and includes group collaboration that is evaluated using an accompanying rubric.

Advanced

Assignment/Activity is written with clear instructions and engaging with technology integration. The assignment activates students' critical thinking. Group collaboration is included.
Capable

Assignment/Activity is engaging with technology integration. The assignment does not activate students' critical thinking. Group collaboration is included.
Progressing

Assignment/Activity is engaging with technology integration. The assignment does not activate students' critical thinking. Group collaboration is not included.
Beginning

Assignment/Activity is just factual and just text on a slide with no engaging features. Does not include technology integration. Does not activate students' critical thinking. Group collaboration may or may not be included.
Insufficient and below

Assignment/Activity is not engaging and does not include technology integration. The assignment does not activate students' critical thinking. Group collaboration may or may not be included.
Instructional Lesson - Part B
This part of the instructional lesson is worth 20 points:

Create clear instructions for you activity/assignment. (5 points)

Create a rubric that aligns with your Assignment or Activity (5 points)

Create a Test/Quiz that aligns with this lesson. (5 points)

Create a Gradebook spreadsheet that includes grades for all components (activity/assignment, of instructional unit. (5 points)
  Advanced

5 pts

Capable

4 pts

Progressing

3 pts

Beginning

2 pts

Insufficient and below

1 pts

Instructions for Activity/Assignment
5 pts

Clear instructions are written explaining the activity/assignment using Google Docs, Google Slides, or Prezi.

Advanced

Instructions are clearly written, including step-by-step directions specific to the expectations of the activity/assignment.

Prezi is used.
Capable

Instructions are clear and specific to the expectations of the activity/assignment but do not include step-by-step directions.

Google Slides or Prezi is used
Progressing

Instructions are general not specific to the expectations of the activity/assignment.

Google Slides or Google Docs is used
Beginning

Instructions are unclear.

Google Slides or Google Docs is used.
Insufficient and below

Instructions are unclear and confusing.

Google Slides or Google Docs is used.
Rubric
5 pts

Rubric - Aligned with the assignment and written with enough detail for students to distinguish between scores. Rubistar or iRubric is used.

Advanced

Rubric is very detailed and specific to assignment.

Both align with the student learning outcomes. Rubistar or iRubric is used.
Capable

Rubric includes some detail and is not very specific.

Both align with the student learning outcomes. Rubistar or iRubric is used.
Progressing

Rubric is not detailed, but is concise.

Both align with the student learning outcomes. Rubistar or iRubric is used.
Beginning

Rubric includes just the categories and points with no description.

Both do align with the student learning outcomes. Rubistar or iRubric is used.
Insufficient and below

Rubric is just a templates with no alignment to the assignment.

Both do not align with the student learning outcomes. Rubistar or iRubric is not used.
Test/Quiz
5 pts

Create a test using Google Forms that tests the knowledge about the lecture content. Quiz should include enough questions to address all the student learning outcomes. It should be well designed, organized, and engaging. All the questions should align with your student learning outcomes and activate critical thinking.

Advanced

All 3+ questions stimulate, are appropriate, and relate to the content topic. Questions are clear and well-written. There are no spelling or grammar errors. Google Forms is used.
Capable

66%+ of the questions stimulate, are appropriate, and relate to the content topic. Questions are clear and well-written. There are 1-2 spelling or grammar errors. Google Forms is used.
Progressing

Questions are unclear. Questions do not stimulate OR are not appropriate for, OR do not relate to the lecture content. There are 3 or more spelling or grammar errors. Google Forms is used.
Beginning

Questions are unclear. Questions do not stimulate AND/OR are not appropriate for, AND/OR do not relate to the lecture content. Google Forms is used.
Insufficient and below

Questions do not stimulate AND are not appropriate for, AND do not relate to the lecture content. Google Forms is not used.
Gradebook Spreadsheet
5 pts

Create a Gradebook spreadsheet using Excel or Google Sheets. Templates can be used. Gradebook should include grades for 3 items: Check for Understanding video, Activity/Assignment and Test/Quiz.

Advanced

Gradebook includes 3+ items that aligns with the instructional unit. Excel or Google Sheets is used.
Capable

Gradebook includes 2+ items that aligns with the instructional unit. Excel or Google Sheets is used.
Progressing

Gradebook includes 1+ item that aligns with the instructional unit. Excel or Google Sheets is used.
Beginning

Gradebook template is used but does not align with the instructional unit . Excel or Google Sheets is used.
Insufficient and below

Gradebook template is used but it does not relate to the instructional unit. Excel or GoogleSheets is not used.



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  • Integrated Technology Lesson Plan Presentation







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