Rubrics for Evaluating the Electronic Portfolio

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The bold print identifies major criteria that should be present in the portfolio. I. Cover page and table of contents 4 - A cover page containing name, semester, date, class, period, and instructor was included. The pages in the portfolio were numbered and a table of contents referenced all the page numbers. The portfolio contains an introduction, various parts of the inclusions, and a conclusion/summary. All topics and subtopics were titled in the table of contents so the reader knows the contents. 3 - As in 4; however, the table of contents reference to page numbers did not match the page numbers in the portfolio. 2 - As in 4; however, there were either no references to page numbers or the page numbers were not listed. Also the contents were not generally titled so the reader did not know what to look for. 1 - An attempt was made at either the cover page or table of contents. 0 - No attempt was made at either the cover page or table of contents. (Do not complete Quality of Work). II. Introduction summarizes the efforts to … Laurel Creek Watershed 5 - A two page (at least 1000 words) written summary. The work is outstanding and well thought out. 4 - As in 5; however, the work is very good and appears to have been fairly well thought out. 3 - As in 5; however, word requirement is not met; the work is very good and appears to have been fairly well thought out. 2 - As in 5; however, work is incomplete and appears to have been given little thought. 1 - An attempt was made at an introduction. 0 - No attempt was made at an introduction.

III. Relationships (the big picture) between major inclusions to the portfolio. 4 - A very neat concept map showing the relationships between at least 5 maps that show the land use patterns in Laurel Creek. 3 - As in 4; however, the concept map is not very neat. 2 - As in 4; however, less than 5 maps were included. 1 - An attempt was made at showing relationships between the maps 0 - No attempt was made at showing relationships between the maps

IV. Digital Photographic Record of the Process 3 - A captioned digital photo album, arranged chronologically, depicting both the lab and field processes used to map the Laurel Creek Watershed is presented. 2 – As in 3, but is not arranged chronologically relative to the mapping process. 1 – An attempt was made to present a photographic album. 0 – Photographic album was not attempted.

V. Cooperative groups 3 - A discussion of the roles during the cooperative activities along with what was accomplished was included. A statement about the positive and negative group dynamics that took place in the group was discussed. 2 - As in 3; however, either a discussion of the roles, group accomplishments, or a statement about the positive and negative group dynamics that took place in the group during this activity was included, but not all three. 1 - An attempt was made at writing about group cooperation. 0 - No attempt was made at writing about the cooperative activity.

VI. Internet site reviews 3 - Two site reviews and self-evaluations of these reviews was included. 2 - As in 3; however, only one site review was included. 1 - An attempt at a site review was made. 0 - No attempt at a site review was made.

VII. Overall summary 4 - A one page (at least 500 words) summary containing: an evaluation of strengths and weaknesses based on the inclusions. 3 - As in 4; however, the summary was less than one page. 2 - As in 4; however, the evaluation was not included. 1 - An attempt at a summary was made. 0 - No attempt at a summary was made.

VIII. Goals for the future 4 - A half page (at least 250 words) containing a minimum of three goals your group suggests as work for the future and an explanation was given on what students would need to do to accomplish those goals. 3 - As in 4; however, less than a half page present. 2 - As in 4; however, there is no page requirement and no explanation was given on what the student would need to do to accomplish those goals. 1 - An attempt at setting goals for the future was made. 0 - No attempt at setting goals for the future was made.

IX. Overall Quality of Work 3 - A strong effort was made and great pride was taken in meeting the highest standards called for in the rubrics. 2 - A good effort was made and the work appears close to meeting the highest standards called for in the rubrics. 1 - Some effort was made; however, the overall quality of the work is below average.

Total Points Possible = 33


				
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