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University of Alabama at Birmingham, downloaded January 30, 2006 from http://main.uab.edu/soeng/Templates/Inner.aspx?pid=80936





Outcome 10b - Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in written (10b) form




Level 5

Level 3

Level 1

Articulation

Articulates ideas clearly and concisely

Articulates ideas, but writing is somewhat disjointed, superfluous or difficult to follow

Text rambles, points made are only understood with repeated reading, and key points are not organized

Organization

Organizes written materials in a logical sequence to enhance the reader's comprehension (paragraphs, subheading, etc.)

Material are generally organized well, but paragraphs combine multiple thoughts or sections and sub-sections are not identified clearly

Little or no structure or organization; no subheadings or proper paragraph structure used

Use of Supporting Graphs, Tables, etc

Uses graphs, tables, and diagrams to support points-to explain, interpret, and assess information

Uses graphs, tables, and diagrams, but only in a few instances are they applied to support, explain or interpret information

Graphs, tables or diagrams are used, but no reference is made to them

Neatness

Written work is presented neatly and professionally

Work is not neatly presented throughout

Work is not presented neatly

Grammar and Spelling

Grammar and spelling are correct

One or two spelling/grammar errors per page

Spelling/grammar errors present throughout more than 1/3 of the paper

Figure Formatting

Figures are all in proper format

Figures are present but are flawed-axes mislabeled, no data points, etc

No figures or graphics are used at all

Writing Style

Uses good professional writing style

Style is informal or inappropriate, jargon is used, improper voice, tense…

The writing style is inappropriate for the audience and for the assignment

Document Formatting

Conforms to the prescribed format (if any)

The prescribed format is only followed in some portions of the paper

The prescribed format is not followed


Teaching Philosophy Statement Scoring Rubric


Criterion


Undocumented

0

Unacceptable


Minimal

1

Unacceptable


Basic

2

Acceptable


Proficient

3

Acceptable


Advanced

4

Acceptable


Score


Idea

Development


The statement is incoherent or extremely brief or contains major logical inconsistencies

Statement expresses several ideas about teaching that are ambiguous or not connected

Statement meets one of the following criteria: logical, elaborated, consistent

Statement meets two of the following criteria: logical, elaborated, consistent.

Statement is logical, elaborated, and internally consistent

Score:__________Quality_of__Writing'>Score:__________Illustrative__Examples'>Score:

_____


Illustrative

Examples


No illustrative examples are included


The statement includes at least one example, but the relationship to teaching experience or plans is unclear

Examples from the writer’s experience show only one of

○ detail


○ clear

relevance,

○ vividness or memorability


Examples from the writer’s experience or plans are

○ detailed and

pertinent,

○ but not

memorable


Illustrative examples from the writer’s experience or plans are detailed, pertinent, and memorable


Score:

_____


Quality of

Writing


The statement is very difficult to read because of its style, usage, mechanics, or organization

Two of the following apply:

○ Organized,

○ Unified,

○ Free from errors of mechanics and usage,

Appropriate academic style,

Strongly suggestive of voice



Three of the following apply:

○ Organized,

○ Unified,

○ Free from errors of mechanics and usage,

○ Appropriate academic style,

○ Strongly suggestive of voice




Four of the following apply:

○ Organized,

○ Unified,

○ Free from errors of mechanics and usage,

○ Appropriate academic style,

○ Strongly suggestive of voice



Writing is clear, well organized, unified, free

from errors of mechanics and usage, an appropriate academic style, with a strong suggestion of the author’s individual voice



Score:

_____



Total: ______

Mean: ______

Comments:

Evaluator: ___________________________ Date: _________
Retrieved January 26, 2008 from page 7 of http://academics.uww.edu/cni/docs/Phase%203%20StdntPckt%20011007.pdf. This document contains detailed instructions for student preparation of their portfolio.

California State University East Bay MBA Rubrics

Retrieved January 3, 2007 from http://www.csuhayward.edu/ira/wasc/slo/SLO%20Bus%20Admin%20MBA.doc




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