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Critical Thinking Rubric SUNY System 
Students will develop well-reasoned arguments
Rubric Code: WXC736C
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Subject: Education  
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

Articulated Agreement

Students will develop well reasoned arguments
Student's work :

Exceeding

Develops a clearly articulated argument, using evidence and/or systematic logical reasoning in support of a conclusion or point of view
Meeting

Presents an argument using evidence and/or logical reasoning in support of a point of view
Approaching

States a conclusion or point of view but does not organizes the evidence or reasons in a logically adequate way .
Not Meeting

Does not clearly state a conclusion or point of view or else little or no supporting reasoning or evidence is presented.
Qualification

Students will develop well reasoned arguments
Student's work :

Exceeding

Identifies relevant qualification or objection or alternative points of view and prioritizes evidence and/ or reasons in support of the conclusion.
Meeting

Identifies some qualifications or objections or alternative points of view
Approaching

Does not clearly identify or respond to relevant objections or alternative points of view .
Not Meeting

Makes no attempt to recognize or respond to objections or alternative points of view.
Relevance

Students will develop well reasoned arguments
Student's work :

Exceeding

Describes the broader relevance, significance or context of the issues and/or applies the reasoning to a novel problem.
Meeting

Describes the broader relevance, significance of context and /or applies the reasoning to a novel problem.
Approaching

Does not adequately describe the broader relevance or significance or apply the reasoning to a novel problem .
Not Meeting

Makes no attempts to describe the broader relevance or significance or to apply the reasoning to a novel problem.



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