Rubrics to Use in a Portfolio Checkpoint System

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Rubrics to Use in a Portfolio Checkpoint System

1- RUBRIC FOR PORTFOLIO EVALUATION: AFTER COLLEGE CORE COURSES CHECKPOINT:

Grade| NOT ACCEPATABLE0| ACCEPATABLE1| EXCEPTIONAL2| Element| #| | E-portfolio does not cover the required elements such as; college vision and mission, CV, etc| E-portfolio covers more than half the required elements such as; college vision and mission, CV, etc. | E-portfolio covers all the required elements such as; college vision and mission, CV, etc. | Required elements| 1| | DOES NOT HAVE AN INTRODUCTION| INTRODUCTION IS BROAD AND DOES NOT provides a self-reflection on the artifacts, and addresses both strengths and needs for improvement.| Introduction is informative that it provides a self-reflection on the artifacts, and addresses both strengths and needs for improvement. | INTRODUCTION| 2| | DOES NOT HAVE EDUCATIONAL PHYLOSOY| EDUCATIOAL PHYLOSOY IS BRAOD AND DOES NOT REFLEC STUDENTS’ VISION AND MISSION. | EDUCATIOAL PHYLOSOY IS CLEAR AND REFLECTS STUDENTS’ VISION AND MISSION. | EDUCATIONAL PHYLOSOPHY| 3| | There are not artifacts for one or more CF elementOrSame artifact is used to reflect more than one CF element. | The portfolio contains ONE artifact selected from each studied course.| The portfolio contains two qualitatively different artifacts selected from each studied course.| ARTIFACTS| 4| | The artifacts cover less than half of the CF elements. Rationales inadequately describe documents. | The artifacts cover half of the CF elements. Rationales describes the artifact clearly explainaning why artifacts are appropriate for chosen elements.| The artifacts cover more than half of the CF elements. Rationales describes the artifact clearly explainaning why artifacts are appropriate for chosen elements.| CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK ELEMENTS| 5| | Rationales does not provide insight into the student's professional growth. ORDocuments are misfiled. | Rationales provides limited insight of the value of the artifact to the student's professional growth.| Rationals provide clear insight of the value of the artifact to the student's professional growth.| RATIONALES| 6| | Language errors interfere with the student's purpose| Language errors present but does not interfere with undestanding student’s purpose| There are no language errors throughout the portfolio. | LANGUAGE PROFCIENCY| 7| | Does not provide any visual impacts| The portfolio makes a limited visual impact with use of few evidences. | The portfolio makes a visual impact with use of photos, graphic, illustrations, and artwork. | VISUAL IMPACTS| 8| | Most interactive buttons DOES NOT work properly leading to the right document.| Most interactive buttons work properly leading to the right document.| All interactive buttons work properly leading to the right document.| INTERACTIVE BUTTONS| 9| | The portfolio exhibits inadequate organization and lacks professional appearance. | The portfolio exhibits adequate organization and acceptable appearance in term of font, general format, background, etc.)| The portfolio exhibits adequate organization and professional appearance in term of font, general format, background, etc.)| APPEARANCE| 10| | Further revisions are OLBIGATORY | Moderate revision is recommended. | All necessary revisions have been made AND NO FURTHER REVISION IS RECQUIRED AT THIS POINT. | REVISONS| 11| | Rubric Grade:| Course Grade:|

Notes:
1- Electronic portfolio should be turned electronically on CD. 2- Prior 2003 students are obligated to construct an electronic portfolio as well. Artifacts that cannot be submitted electronically should be addressed by pointing to their locations in the e-portfolio. 3- Students are responsible for scanning their CD against viruses. 4- Exceptional rating are given 2 points

5- Acceptable rating is given 1 point.
6- Not acceptable rating is given 0 point.
7- The sum...
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