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Chapter 6, Legal Considerations Peer Teaching

  Derived from rubric: Peer teaching
built by annetterowe

Rubric Code: ZX9XW55
This rubric will assess the student in their teaching of a topic concerning legal considerations in healthcare to their classmates. Students will research their topic, create a visual aid of their choice (PowerPoint, Slides, brochure, poster, flyer, etc), and teach the class about their topic with that visual aid. Students have 2-3 minutes to present their topic to the class.
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Keywords: Assessment, teaching, social work, skill development
Categories: Subjects: English   Health   Medical   (General)  
Types: Presentation   Reading  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Assessment of Lesson Presentations
  Not Present
0 pts
Poor
10 pts
Okay
20 pts
Very Good
30 pts
Excellent
40 pts
Creativity
Not Present

Not Present
Poor

Project was dry with little to no thought in lesson.
Okay

Project lacked overall creativity, student peers were not engaged
Very Good

Some parts were creative, student peers were engaged sometimes
Excellent

Student went above and beyond to make their project creative, student peers were engaged in the presented lesson
Content
Not Present

Not Present/Totally Incomplete
Poor

Content was incorrect and/or missing lots of information. Student does not seem to understand the presented topic very well.
Okay

Content did not have all three criteria present. Missing some information. Student shows a decent understanding of some parts of the presented topic.
Very Good

Content did not have all three criteria present. Student shows a good understanding of presented topic.
Excellent

Content of the presentation was relevant/appropriate AND important for the healthcare setting. Student shows full understanding of their presented topic.
Organization
Not Present

Not Present
Poor

There was no organization to the presentation making it hard to get the information.
Okay

The information was presented in a confusing manner. The presenter was not prepared with everything needed for the presentation.
Very Good

A little bit unorganized but still got the points across. Had everything needed for the presentation.
Excellent

There was an organized flow to the presentation. Concepts built upon one another. Presenter had everything needed.
Time Limit (2 - 3 minutes)
Not Present

Not Presented
Poor

Presentation was far outside the time limit OR less than the minimum time required
Okay

Presentation was completed less than two minutes over time limit
Very Good

Presentation was completed less than one minute over time limit.
Excellent

Presentation was completed within time limit.
Visual Aids/Props
Not Present

None Available
Poor

Almost no thought or effort went into the visual aid
Okay

Minimal thought or effort appeared to be put into the visual aids. More effort would have improved the presentation.
Very Good

Presenter brought visual aids to support learning with minimal use to support learning. Some thought and effort appeared to be put into the choice of visual aids but more effort would have improved the presentation.
Excellent

Presenter effectively used visual aids which provided an opportunity for the student to practice or understand the new information. Visual aids appeared to be thoughtfully selected.
Preparation
Not Present

Not present
Poor

Student did not use class time effectively, was repeatedly off task. Extra time outside of class was not evident in presentation.
Okay

Student used some of the time effectively which reflects in their overall project. Needed reminders to stay on task more than 3 times. Extra time outside of class was not evident in presentation.
Very Good

Student used most of the class time effectively. Needed reminders to stay on task 2 times. Student may have used outside time to prepare.
Excellent

Student used all class time given effectively. Stayed focused and did not need reminders to stay on task. Student used outside class time to prepare.
Listening
Not Present

Not present
Poor

Most of the time does not appear to be listening or participating. Makes distracting noises or movements causing interruptions to the speaker, and requiring re-direction from the instructor more than once
Okay

Sometimes does not appear to be listening. Does not try to participate in student presentation. Has many distracting noises or movements causing interruptions to the speaker, and requiring re-direction from the instructor one time
Very Good

Listens intently and participates appropriately in other student presentations. Does have some distracting noise or movements.
Excellent

Listens intently and participates appropriately in other student presentations. Does not make distracting noises or movements, stays awake and interested.



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