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iRubric: Flipped Classroom Powerpoint Grading Rubric

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Flipped Classroom Powerpoint Grading Rubric 
Rubric Code: G2266XC
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Subject: Education  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


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  ADVANCED

(N/A)

PROFICIENT

(N/A)

DEVELOPING

(N/A)

NOT ADDRESSED

(N/A)

RESEARCH SOURCES
10 pts

ADVANCED

Strong evidence of three or more sources used in development of project. Sources are accurately cited within the project and references are correctly documented in APA style. No mistakes in APA formatting.
PROFICIENT

Strong evidence of at least two sources used in development of project. Some sources are properly cited within the project and references are partially documented in APA style. One or more mistakes in APA formatting.
DEVELOPING

Strong evidence of at least one source used in development of project. Sources are not properly cited within the project and references are not correctly cited in APA style. Three or more mistakes in APA formatting.
NOT ADDRESSED

No sources provided or evident in the work of the project.
STORYBOARD
10 pts

ADVANCED

Storyboard illustrates the slide presentation structure with thumbnail sketches of each slide and includes the title of slide, text, background color,
placement and size of
graphic, fonts - color,
size, type for text and
headings, hyperlinks
(list URLs of any site
linked from the slide),
narration text, and
video files (if any). All
slides are numbered,
and there is a logical
sequence to the
presentation.
PROFICIENT

Storyboard thumbnail sketches include titles and text for each slide and are in sequential order.
DEVELOPING

Storyboard thumbnail sketches are not in a logical sequence and have incomplete
information.
NOT ADDRESSED

There a very few
thumbnail sketches
on the storyboard
and they do not provide an overview of the
presentation.
INTRODUCTION
10 pts

ADVANCED

Introduction presents the overall topic of flipped classrooms and draws the audience into the
presentation with
compelling information or by relating to the
audience's interests or
goals.
PROFICIENT

Introduction is clear and coherent and relates to the topic of flipped classrooms.
DEVELOPING

Introduction shows some structure but does not does not properly relate to the topic of flipped classrooms. May be
overly detailed or
incomplete and is only slightly appealing
to the audience.
NOT ADDRESSED

Introduction does not orient the audience to the topic of flipped classrooms. Sequencing is
unclear and is not interesting or
relevant to the
audience.
CONTENT
20 pts

ADVANCED

Content from project proposal is thoroughly addressed and is written clearly and concisely with a logical progression of ideas and supporting information. Project identifies three or more key concepts of the conceptual
framework for the flipped classroom and includes motivating questions. Project gives audience a clear sense of main idea. Information is
accurate, current and
comes mainly from scholarly sources.
PROFICIENT

Content from project proposal is partially addressed and is written with a logical progression of ideas and supporting
information. Project identifies two key concepts of the conceptual framework for the flipped classroom.
DEVELOPING

Content from project proposal is vaguely addressed and is vague in conveying a point of view and does not create a strong sense of purpose. Project identifies one key concept of the conceptual framework
for the flipped classroom. Includes some persuasive
information with few
facts. Some of the
information may not
seem to fit.
NOT ADDRESSED

Content from project proposal is not addressed and lacks a clear point of view and logical sequence of information. Project does not identify any key concepts of the conceptual framework for the flipped classroom. Includes little persuasive information and no facts on the topic of flipped classrooms. Information is
incomplete, out of
date and/or incorrect.
Sequencing of ideas is unclear.
ANALYZE AND EVALUATE
20 pts

ADVANCED

Determine three best practice strategies for identifying and delivering flipped classroom content. Investigate four strategies for ensuring that students perform the most cognitively difficult work during class time. Name three to four benefits and
drawbacks of the flipped classroom.
PROFICIENT

Determine two best practice strategies for identifying and delivering flipped classroom content. Investigate three strategies for
ensuring that students
perform the most
cognitively difficult work during class time. Name two to three benefits and
drawbacks of the flipped classroom.
DEVELOPING

Determine at least one best practice strategy for identifying and delivering flipped classroom content. Investigate two strategies for ensuring that students perform the most cognitively difficult work during class time. Name one to two benefits and
drawbacks of the flipped classroom.
NOT ADDRESSED

No best practice strategies for identifying and delivering flipped classroom content are provided. No strategies for ensuring that students perform the most cognitively difficult work during class time were investigated. No benefits and drawbacks of the flipped classroom are named.
LAYOUT
10 pts

ADVANCED

layout is visually
pleasing and
contributes to the
overall topic of flipped classrooms with
appropriate use of
headings, subheadings and white space.
PROFICIENT

Layout uses horizontal and vertical white space
appropriately.
DEVELOPING

Layout shows some structure, but appears cluttered and busy or distracting with large gaps of white space or uses a distracting
background.
NOT ADDRESSED

Layout is cluttered, confusing, and does not use spacing, headings
and subheadings to
enhance the
readability.
GRAPHICS, SOUNDS, AND/OR ANIMATIONS
10 pts

ADVANCED

graphics, sounds, and/or animations
aid in presenting an
overall theme as well as enhancing the understanding of
concept, ideas and
relationships. There is a consistent visual theme.
PROFICIENT

Graphics, sounds, and/or animations visually show material and assist the audience in
understanding the flow of information or
content. Original images are used.
DEVELOPING

Some of the graphics,
sounds, and/or
animations are unrelated to the
topic/theme and do
not enhance the
overall concepts. Most images are clip art or recycled from the internet. Images are too large/small in size.
Images are poorly cropped or the color/resolution is
fuzzy.
NOT ADDRESSED

Graphics, sounds,
and/or animations
are unrelated to the
content. Graphics do not enhance
understanding of the
content, or are
distracting and create a busy feeling
and detract from the
content.
WRITING MECHANICS
10 pts

ADVANCED

Text is clearly written
with no errors in grammar, capitalization,
punctuation, and spelling.
PROFICIENT

Text is written with little editing required for
grammar, punctuation,
and spelling. Includes less than three errors.
DEVELOPING

Spelling, punctuation,
and grammar errors
distract or impair
readability. Includes three or more errors.
NOT ADDRESSED

Errors in spelling,
capitalization,
punctuation, usage, and grammar
repeatedly distract
the reader and major
editing and revision
is required. Includes 5 or more errors.




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