PHRM 519 Healthcare Delivery Systems Syllabus 2012 (3)

Grading rubric for policy analysis team date

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Appendix B. Grading Rubric for Policy Analysis TEAM #: __________ DATE: ____________ Measurement Domain 0 Points 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points YOUR TEAM’S SCORE 1. Mechanics and Vocabulary Frequent errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and/or sentence structure showing carelessness; or some use of clichés, idioms and colloquialisms Some errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and/or sentence structure or some use of clichés, idioms and colloquialisms Minimal errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization, good sentence structure; no use of clichés, idioms and colloquialisms Sentences are fluent without errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization; no use of clichés, idioms and colloquialisms 2. Conceptualizati on Little or no application of concepts learned in class; may show previous knowledge from career, but does not demonstrate learning related to course Presentation of concepts learned in class but without integration into discussion of the policy problem and/or recommended solution Concepts learned in class are integrated into discussion of the policy problem and/or recommended solution Previous criterion plus synthesis of course concepts to develop original/innovative policy solution(s) 3. Organization / Flow of Content Topic is not introduced and sections that follow are disorganized and lack a logical flow Topic is introduced but one or more sections that follow do not flow and/or are not transitioned to Strong introduction with clear transitions to subsequent sections and logical flow throughout Previous criterion plus use of organizational cues such as primary headings, subheadings, bullet points, indentation 4. Recommended Policy Solution Presentation of opinion or statement without evidentiary or logical support and failure to consider all relevant stakeholders; illogical policy solution Policy solution is supported by evidence but with weak sources and/or fails to consider relevant stakeholders Policy solution is supported by evidence but excludes one or two key sources or fails to consider all relevant stakeholders Policy solution is supported by inclusion of all key sources, and consideration of all relevant stakeholders 5. Quality of References and Use of In-Text Citation No resources referenced or complete reliance on personal communications, unverified Internet references (e.g., Wikipedia), company websites, or press releases; minimal or no in-text citations for data and non-original ideas Personal communication(s), unverified Internet references (e.g., Wikipedia), company websites, or press releases dominate, some use of in-text citations for data and non- original ideas Use of recent credible primary sources such as original research articles and original policy articles, but inclusion of one or more unverified Internet sources; all data and ideas are properly referenced in the text Predominance of recent credible primary sources such as original research articles and original policy articles with no unverified Internet sources; all data and ideas are properly referenced in the text 11
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