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Overall Evaluation
  • Excellent

  • Competent

  • Not Acceptable




Grade ______


Comments
SUNY Geneseo General Education Rubrics

http://gened.geneseo.edu/pdfs/assess_tools_revised.pdf
Social Science Rubric





METHODS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

Hypothesis Development, Document Analysis, Observation, Experiment, Measurement, Statistical Analysis, or Interpretative Analysis

KNOWLEDGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

Major Social Science Concepts, Major Social Science Models, Major Social Science Concerns


KNOWLEDGE OF PUBLIC ISSUES

Social Issues, Political Issues, Economic Issues, Moral Issues


4 Exceeding

The student demonstrated a clear understanding of the relative merits of at least two of the methods used by social scientists.


The student demonstrated a clear understanding of the relative merits of at least two social science models.


The student demonstrated a clear understanding of the social, political, economic, or moral aspects of at least two public issues.

3 Meeting

The student demonstrated a clear understanding of at least one of the methods used by social scientists.


The student demonstrated a clear understanding of at least one social science model.


The student demonstrated a clear understanding of the social, political, economic, or moral aspects of at least one public issue.

2 Approaching

The student could distinguish between the methods of social science and other liberal arts disciplines, but failed to clearly describe even one social science method.


The student could distinguish between the concepts, models, and concerns of social science and those of other liberal arts disciplines, but misunderstood important elements of this social science knowledge.

The student could express the social, political, economic, or moral aspects of a public issue, but overlooked important aspects or made questionable judgments.


1 Not Meeting

The student could not distinguish between the methods of social science and other liberal arts disciplines.

The student could not distinguish between the concepts of social science and other liberal arts disciplines.

The student could not express the social, political, economic, or moral aspects of a public issue.



Fine Arts Rubric





Portfolio/ Performance

Craftsmanship

Interpretation / Analysis

Exceeding

4


The student will demonstrate an understanding of the principles and elements used in the art form under study, and demonstrate sensitivity to, and creativity with the medium chosen. The work produced will demonstrate high quality, and be presented in a professional manner.

The student will demonstrate exemplary knowledge of a variety of techniques which can be used in working with their chosen art form. Demonstration of new insights and working methods, and some historic knowledge of the uses and development of the medium chosen is essential.

Students will demonstrate an exemplary ability to analyze and interpret the art form under study. In this, the student will demonstrate excellent understanding of this form at a high level.


Meeting

3


The student will demonstrate an understanding of the principles and elements used in the art form under study, and demonstrate sensitivity to, and creativity with the medium chosen. The work produced will demonstrate medium quality, and be presented in a somewhat professional manner.

The students will demonstrate proficient knowledge of a variety of techniques which can be used in working with their chosen art form. He or she will indicate knowledge of some new insights and working methods, and some historic knowledge of the uses and development of the medium chosen.


Students will demonstrate proficient ability to analyze and interpret the form under study. In this, the student will demonstrate a good understanding of this art form at a medium level.


Approaching

2


The student demonstrates an understanding of the principles and elements used in the art form under study, and demonstrate some sensitivity to, and creativity with the medium chosen. The work produced will demonstrate a developing quality, and be presented in an acceptable manner.

The student will demonstrate developing knowledge of a variety of techniques which can be used in working with their chosen art form. He or she will also demonstrate some insights and working methods, and some historic knowledge of the uses and development of the medium chosen.


Students will demonstrate an developing ability to analyze and interpret the art form under study. In this, the student will demonstrate understanding of this art form at beginning level.


Not Meeting

1


The student will demonstrate occasionally an understanding of the principles and elements used in the art under study, but will have difficulty demonstrating sensitivity to, and creativity with the medium chosen. The work produced will be of sub-standard quality, and be presented in a nonprofessional manner.

The student demonstrates deficient knowledge of a variety of techniques which can be used in working with their chosen art form. He or she does not demonstrate new insights and working methods, and has insufficient historic knowledge of the uses and development of the medium chosen.


Students will demonstrate deficiencies in their ability to analyze and interpret the art form under study. In this, student will demonstrate an insufficient understanding of this form at any level.



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