SLORubric (Anatomy 1)

SLORubric (Anatomy 1) - discusses specific organ system and...

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RUBRIC FOR COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME TODAY'S DATE: 9/13/10 DEPARTMENT: Life Science COURSE # and NAME: Anatomy 1 SEMESTER DATA COLLECTED (will be or has been) : FALL 2010 COURSE CAPTAIN: LEE CENQUIZCA, [email protected] OUTCOME (SLO): Research and write a comprehensive paper describing one of the 12 human body organ systems in an established college level format. AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT TASK : Utilizing salient concepts such as human organ body system structure and organization; research and write a comprehensive paper describing one of the 12 human body organ systems in an established college level format. CRITERION UNACCEPTABLE (1) ACCEPTABLE (2) EXEMPLARY (3) LACC CORE COMPETENCY to Link to Criteria. Choose one core competency per criterion (see last page) Content Unacceptable Student fails to adequately discuss specific organ system. Acceptable Student adequately
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Unformatted text preview: discusses specific organ system and includes references. Exemplary Student adequately discusses specific organ system with references and relates it with other organ systems. 1 Accuracy Unacceptable Information is grossly inaccurate. Acceptable Information is generally accurate with minimal mistakes. Exemplary Information has no mistakes. 1 Language Usage Unacceptable Writing doesn’t meet college level standard. Acceptable Writing meets college level standard. Exemplary Student demonstrates exceptional command of scientific terminology. 2 Analysis Unacceptable Student fails to adequately integrate info with broader anatomical concepts Acceptable Student integrates info with broader anatomical concepts. Exemplary Student demonstrates ability to apply info to daily human activity. 1 Rev 10.06.09 Add criterion rows as needed....
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course ANAT 201 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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