should be evaluated considering the student’s course level, major, semester in EPICS, and number of credits.ExcellentGoodAdequateLow passingA+AA-B+BB-C+CC-D+DD-FAccomplishments: Individual contributions to the project and impact on design and/or deliverables. Understanding of relevant discipline-specific issues related to the project. Documentation of individual work and incorporation into project documentation.Process: Documented understanding the processes inherent in design and an ability to employ these processes in the development of the project.Reflective/Critical Thinking: Demonstrates ability to think critically about many of the disciplinary, social, ethical, personal, and interpersonal aspects of the project, project partner, and their relationships.Teamwork/Leadership: Initiative and participation in class and group work. Works with and helps other team members, within and/or outside of formal team roles, to accomplish team goals. Lab and project meeting attendance. If applicable, leadership and fulfillment of responsibilities associated with team position.Communication: Written and oral communication, both Last revised cbz 1/8/2012
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Individual Evaluation Rubricformally and informally, to all audiences: people familiar with project, and those who are not; people with both similar and different backgrounds; to teammates and to external people; to those who will be asked to continue your project in the future.Students: Overall grade you believe you have earned to this point in the semester: ____________________Why? Please include specific examples of “Excellent”, “Good”, “Adequate”, or “Low Passing” (whichever corresponds to the grade you have given yourself) Accomplishments, Process, Reflective Thinking, Teamwork/Leadership and/or Communication in the box below. Please also include any additional information that was not reflected in the evidence you provided.Advisors/TA:Grade earned to this point in the semester: ____________________Explanation for grade(in box):Last revised cbz 1/8/2012
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