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Alec Molinari Participation Self Grading 
Class participation is based on several important ideas: 1. We construct knowledge and learn from each other, and if you don't speak, others don't learn from you--and vice versa; 2. The evaluation of your performance is based on evidence, what can be demonstrated and observed-- you need to show what you know; 3. The more noticeable you make yourself by your participation, the more memorable you are to others when they are trying to recall who you are and what you stand for.
Rubric Code: W246AX6
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Subject: Education  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Poor = D

D: Set; Cannot be changed.

(N/A)

Fair = C

C: Set; Cannot be changed.

(N/A)

Good = B

B: Set; Cannot be changed.

(N/A)

My "A Game"

A: Criteria For Your "A Game". Must build on D,C, and B Criteria.

(N/A)

Evidence

At the end of the semester provide evidence to support your score for each category.

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Attendance
20 %

Physically and Mentally Present for Class and Group Attendance.

Poor = D

Missed 3 or more classes and
and when present, was mentally absent typically demonstrated inattentive behaviors and used technology for non-class purposes. Never met with group
Fair = C

Missed 2 or more classes frequently demonstrated mental absence when physically present in class or was frequently observed using inattentive behaviors and/or repeatedly used technology for non-class purposes.
Good = B

Missed 1 or more classes rarely was only physically present and used personal electronic devices in service of creating a learning community.
My "A Game"

Missed 0 unexcused classes and was actively listening and involved at all times. Never used electronic devices for non-class purposes.
Evidence
Listening and Questioning
20 %

Respectful, thoughtful,and attentive when participating and when others are speaking.

Poor = D

Never participates, other than when prompted or contributions are not pertinent or inconsiderate. Makes only statements, "(this is what you should do and how" Does not ask questions. Appears to be mentally absent when present in class, demonstrated inattentive behaviors, using technology for non-class reasons.
Fair = C

OCCASIONALLY and Irregularly participates, mostly when prompted. Occasionally used technology for non-class purposes.
Met with group occasionally and occasionally offered input to group discussion.
Good = B

Regularly Initiates open ended probing questions and comments without being prompted, adding pertinent, personal insight with references displaying understanding of the topic. Uses technology in service of creating a learning community.
My "A Game"

Always starting conversations by asking meaningful questions. Always listening to other student's questions and answering them thoughtfully.
Evidence
Forum Participation
20 %

Poor = D

Posted 1-2 readings,personal experiences, news items, videos, articles, observations, etc
Posts show a below average/poor writing style and is difficult for readers to follow. Never responds to other posts.
Fair = C

Posted 3-4- readings, personal experiences, news items, videos, articles, observations, etc.
Posts do not demonstrate thoughtfulness and/or relevancy. Rarely responds to others. Responses are short without explanation or probing questions. Mostly, "I liked what you said" "Interesting post", etc.
Good = B

Posted 5-8 thoughtful readings, personal experiences, news items, videos, articles, observations, etc. Discussion posts are well written and clearly articulated. Creates interest and questions form others.Comment to others with explanation and/or probing questions.
My "A Game"

Posted 8+ thoughtful readings, personal experiences, news items, videos, articles, observations, etc. Discussions posts are always well written and clearly articulated. Creates meaningful discussions through comments on other people's posts.
Evidence
Presentations
20 %

Arguments, Analysis, and Original Ideas or Thoughts

Poor = D

Presentation demonstrates a minimal understanding of the assigned topic. Comments are general in nature and/or occasionally may not be relevant. Rehashes or summarizes ideas with limited analysis, original thought, and/or supported viewpoints.
Fair = C

Presentation mostly substantive and relevant to discussion topics, but often misses the big picture Ideas,; some original thought. Demonstrates logical thinking, reasoning, and/or analysis for most part. Viewpoint is supported with evidence and/or examples. Occasionally raises important issues and stimulates questions.
Good = B

Information presented is pertinent to topic and add important facts and perspectives. Ideas expressed include original thought,and substantial depth. Viewpoint shows strong logical thinking, reasoning, and analysis with evidence and examples. Construction of new knowledge meaning and insights are evident. Promotes participation /questions from others.
My "A Game"

All information presented was relevant to the topic, while adding important facts and new perspectives. Ideas expressed included original thought and substantial depth. Viewpoints show a clear understanding of all material while supporting it with evidence and examples. Presents new knowledge to the class that promotes intelligent discussions and questions from others.
Evidence
Team/Project Participation
20 %

Poor = D

Never participated in Team or Project activities.
Fair = C

Rarely participated in Team or Project activities, offered ideas and solutions.
Good = B

Usually participates in team meetings, initiates meetings with stake-holders, offers creative solutions to project challenges.
My "A Game"

Always participates and initiates team meetings. Often offers creative solutions to project challenges while actively trying to engage other members of the group.
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