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Sample Evaluation Rubric for Authentic Task Blackboard Collaboration Exemplary/5


Proficient/4


Knowledge of the field/issue


Product and presentation exhibit mastery of the issue and task.


Logic & rationale


The response offered by the product is both logical and rational, rooted in critical inquiry and investigation.


Supporting evidence


There is clear and persuading evidence that the group has synthesized the current research and information from the field in order to complete the task.


Clarity & style The final product is well written and the presentation strongly delivered.


Total Points _____ (out of 20 possible points)


Product and presentation exhibit a good understanding of the issue and task.


The response offered by the product is both logical and rational, and tends to be rooted in critical inquiry and investigation.


There is evidence that the group has synthesized the current research and information from the field in order to complete the task.


Good final product and presentation.


Satisfactory/3


Product and presentation exhibit a superficial understanding of the issue and task.


The response offered by the product is somewhat logical and rational, though the level of critical inquiry may need improvement.


There is some evidence that the group has attempted to synthesize some current research from the field, though the group may have misunderstood or misrepresented one or two of the findings.


Acceptable final product and presentation.


Unsatisfactory/2


Product and presentation do not exhibit an acceptable understanding of the issue and task.


The response offered by the product is not very logical and rational, most likely because it is not rooted in critical inquiry and investigation.


There is minimal evidence that the group has synthesized the current research and information from the field in order to complete the task.


Unacceptable final product and presentation.


96


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