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Blog Reflection

  Derived from rubric: Blog Reflection
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Rubric Code: T485WB
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  Beginning
1 pts
Developing
7 pts
Proficient
9 pts
Strong
10 pts
Overall use of Blogs
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Beginning

Blog entries are few and generally simple retellings of personal events. No comments are made on blogs of others
Developing

Almost all required blog entries and comments have been completed.
Proficient

Five blog entries and five comments are submitted, though not all of them may give evidence of a substantial contribution.
Strong

blog entries and five comments are submitted, all of which are substantial. Beyond the required five, your blog includes many more reflections.
Intellectual Engagement with Key Co
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Beginning

Blog entries make no reference to issues raised through readings and/or class activities
Developing

Blog entries make some reference to issues raised through readings and/or class activities
Proficient

Blog entries demonstrate awareness of most of the key issues raised through readings and/or class activities
Strong

Blog entries demonstrate engagement with the important issues raised through readings and/or class activities
Personal Response to Key Concepts
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Beginning

Blog entries show no personal response is made to the issues/concepts raised in the readings/activities
Developing

Blog entries convey little evidence of a personal response to the issues/concepts raised in the readings/activities
Proficient

Blog entries convey evidence of a personal response to the issues raised in the readings/ activities, and demonstrate that the author is capable of reflecting on learning, technology, and society.
Strong

Blog entries convey extensive evidence of a personal response to the issues raised in the readings/ activities, and demonstrate the author's growth through reflection on learning, technology and society.
Engaged Writing
Beginning

Blog entries use incorrect grammar and syntax consistently, making it difficult for others to follow. No links are included connecting your thoughts to those of others.
Developing

Blog entries demonstrate some evidence of correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc. Audience will have little trouble reading your blog. An occasional link is included
Proficient

Blog entries show a good command of Standard English. No problems for your audience. Most blog entries include links.
Strong

Blog entries show a very good command of Standard English and have some flair and originality. Blog entries may contain multiple links.



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