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Critical Thinking Rubric SUNY System 
Rubric Code: SXC5A76
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Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric Critical Thinking assessment
NURSING DEPARTMENT
SUNY BCC
  Exceeding

16 pts

Meeting

8 pts

Approaching

4 pts

Not Meeting

0 pts



Students will identify, analyze, and evaluate arguments as they occur in their own and others’
work

Exceeding

Identifies the target argument(s) and clearly distinguishes it from any extraneous elements such as
expressions of opinion and descriptions of events.
Meeting

Identifies the target argument(s)
Approaching

Identifies the target argument(s) but includes extraneous elements such as expressions of opinion
and descriptions of events.
Not Meeting

Does not isolate the argument(s) from extraneous elements in the text


Students will identify, analyze, and evaluate arguments as they occur in their own and others’
work

Exceeding

Carefully articulates the argument’s conclusion, clearly distinguishes it from its premises and
identifies most relevant definitions and/or hidden assumptions
Meeting

Distinguishes the argument’s conclusion from its premises and some effort is made to identify
relevant definitions and/or hidden assumptions
Approaching

Distinguishes the argument’s conclusion from its premises, but little effort is made to identify
relevant definitions and/or hidden assumptions.
Not Meeting

Does not identify the argument’s conclusion or distinguish it sufficiently from the premises and little
or no effort is made to identify relevant definitions or hidden assumptions.


Students will identify, analyze, and evaluate arguments as they occur in their own and others’
work

Exceeding

Clearly and correctly assesses whether the argument’s premises provide sufficient logical support
for the conclusion, independently of whether the premises are true.
Meeting

Correctly assesses whether the argument’s premises provide sufficient logical support for the
conclusion, independently of whether the premises are true.
Approaching

Attempts to assess whether the argument’s premises provide sufficient logical support for the
conclusion, independently of whether the premises are true
Not Meeting

Does not address whether the argument’s premises provide sufficient logical support for the
conclusion, independently of the truth of the conclusion.


Students will identify, analyze, and evaluate arguments as they occur in their own and others’
work

Exceeding

Clearly and correctly assesses the reasonableness of the premises, including the credibility of their
sources (e.g., observation, testimony, measurement, experiment, etc.), independently of whether the
premises support the conclusion.
Meeting

Correctly assesses the reasonableness of the premises, including the credibility of their sources,
independently of whether they support the conclusion
Approaching

Attempts to assess the reasonableness of the argument’s premises, but little effort is made to consider the credibility of the premises’ sources
Not Meeting

Does not consider whether the premises are reasonable to believe, independently of whether they
support the conclusion or else no effort is made to evaluate the credibility of the premises’ sources.




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