Grading Rubric for Final Take Home Exam Criteria Unacceptabl e Developing

Grading rubric for final take home exam criteria

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Grading Rubric for Final Take Home Exam Criteria Unacceptabl e Developing Competent Exemplary 1.Theoretical constructs No discussion was presented or content does not demonstrate Shows effort in articulating the topic; however, discussion is Handles in an adequate manner the analysis of the case with Demonstrates mastery of the theories and concepts; uses analytical skill 6
Criteria Unacceptabl e Developing Competent Exemplary understanding of the subject matter incomplete and/or lacks key elements known theoretical concepts to explore new paradigms or propositions. 2.Methods for ethical analysis No discussion was presented or content does not demonstrate understanding of the subject matter Shows effort in articulating the topic; however, discussion is incomplete and/or lacks key elements Discusses at least two methods with supporting ethical reasoning Demonstrates mastery of several ethical methods and practices 3.Evaluation No discussion was presented or content does not demonstrate understanding of the subject matter Shows effort in articulating the topic; however, discussion is incomplete and/or lacks key elements Presents a comprehensiv e evaluation supported with critical analysis Presents a comprehensiv e evaluation supported with critical analysis; including different, creative points of view 3.Clarity and Coherency No discussion was presented or explanations are unclear and not organized logically (Major issues) Explanations generally are unclear and not well organized (Many issues) Explanations generally are clear and organized (Minor issues) Explanations are very clear and well organized. (Added helpful details and/or visuals) Course Norms – As part of the first class session, we will develop norms that promote a conducive and collaborative learning environment and enhance the learning experience. Attendance - Students are expected to attend all class sessions of this course. The School for Continuing Studies (SCS) attendance policy is strictly enforced. Failure to attend class may result in harm to your participation grade. Citation System – Students must use APA citation for all papers submitted in this course. The grade will be deducted for failure to follow the citation style. Writing Assignments – All writing assignments must be your original work. There are consequences for plagiarism (intended or not), and usually results in no credit earned for an assignment. Submit the Team Paper and the Final Exam by email to the professor no later than midnight, DC time, on the due dates. Late Papers – Students who turn in their assignments late will have their grades reduced. Incompletes: 7
Incompletes are given in only the most extraordinary circumstances and with appropriate documentation. Where an incomplete is granted, a grade of “N” shall be granted until the work is handed in and then the grade shall be changed accordingly.

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