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Rubric Assessment
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This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table.Criteria
Excellent
Good
Developing
Not Acceptable
Criterion Score
Initial Post (see Discussion Guidelines)
4 points
Responds thoroughly to the question(s), demonstrating critical thinking. Makes clear points and provides thoughtful and insightful analysis of the topic. Uses references to support logic.
3 points
Initial response has some elements of critical thinking, brief or unclear points. Some insightful analysis. Supports logic or ideas.
2 points
Initial response lacks critical thinking or insightful analysis. Does not use references or logic to support ideas.
0 points
Post does not address the questions posed or initial post not submitted by the deadline.
Score of Initial Post (see Discussion Guidelines),/ 4Criterion score has been overridden
Response Posts (see Discussion Guidelines)
4 points
Posts responses to more than one classmate. Includes all characteristics of a substantive post (furthers dialog, engages in new ideas, questions points or shares examples).
3 points
Posts responses to more than one classmate. Includes some characteristics of a substantive post, but not all.
2 points
Posts responses to one classmate. Includes some characteristics of a substantive post.
0 points
Fails to respond to peers’ discussion.
Score of Response Posts (see Discussion Guidelines),/ 4Criterion score has been overridden
Quality of Writing
2 points
Writing is scholarly and professional; uses complete sentences with complex sentence structure and indicative of college-level work.
1 point
Writing is casual similar to what one might find in blog or Facebook posts with simple sentence structure indicative of in high school level work.
0.5 points
Writing is casual and more indicative of texting rather than formal writing; uses phrases or bullet-pointed text only.
0 points
Writing is unprofessional, combative, inappropriate or plagiarized.
Score of Quality of Writing,/ 2Criterion score has been overridden
Rubric Total ScoreTotal
Score of NUR 397 Discussions Rubric,/ 10Criterion score has been overridden
Overall Score
Overall Score
Excellent10 points minimum
Good7 points minimum
Developing4.5 points minimum
Not Acceptable0 points minimum