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Unformatted Document Text:  Appendix B: Assessment Rubric for Student Learning Outcomes Learning objective 0=below expectation 1=satisfactory 2=exemplary 1A: Conventions and Coherence: Refers to the mechanics of writing such spelling, grammar and sentence structure. Includes stylistic considerations such as formatting and source documentation. Frequent errors in spelling, grammar and sentence structure distract the reader. Does not display proper formatting or consistent citation of sources. Although there may be minor errors, the paper follows conventions of spelling, grammar and sentence structure. Sources are documented, though there may be stylistic inconsistencies. Writing essentially error free in terms of mechanics. Models the style and format appropriate to the assignment. Transparent documentation. 1B: Rhetorical Aspects: Refers to the purpose of the assignment, organization of thoughts, development of an argument. Purpose not clear, Rudimentary development of ideas Poor transitions. Few details to support the main argument. Establishes a purpose. Might have lapses in the argument, but clear transitions and support given. Clear purpose, organization from start to finish. Effective details. #2 a) demonstrate a Global Perspective: choose disciplinary theories, concepts, frameworks to organize and analyze Evidence that student has mastered the field is not provided or incomplete Evidence suggests that student understands the field but there are weaknesses in organization or analysis Evidence and demonstration suggests that student has mastered the field knowledge and is able to organize and analyze b) make detailed scientific observations that allows one to organize patterns of behavior in a particular cultural context Evidence suggests that student is unable to use social science observation methods to analyze cultural contexts Evidence suggests that student is able to apply social science observational methods but unable to make analytical links Evidence suggests that student applies social science observational methods effectively and is able to analyze particular cultural contexts #3 a) Active Citizenship and Civic Engagement: demonstrate the ability to conceptualize and specifically identify an important political and policy issue Evidence suggests that student is unable to identify a major political and/or policy issue Evidence suggests that student is able to identify a problem, but has difficulty analyzing the policy issue Evidence suggests that student is able to identify a major political and/or policy problem and is able to conceptualize and analyze the causes of the policy issue 16

Authors: Cole, Alexandra. and DeMaio, Jennifer.
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Appendix B:
Assessment Rubric for Student Learning Outcomes
Learning objective
0=below
expectation
1=satisfactory
2=exemplary
1A: Conventions
and Coherence:
Refers to the
mechanics of
writing such
spelling, grammar
and sentence
structure. Includes
stylistic
considerations such
as formatting and
source
documentation.
Frequent errors in
spelling, grammar
and sentence
structure distract the
reader. Does not
display proper
formatting or
consistent citation
of sources.
Although there may
be minor errors, the
paper follows
conventions of
spelling, grammar
and sentence
structure. Sources
are documented,
though there may
be stylistic
inconsistencies.
Writing essentially
error free in terms
of mechanics.
Models the style
and format
appropriate to the
assignment.
Transparent
documentation.
1B: Rhetorical
Aspects: Refers to
the purpose of the
assignment,
organization of
thoughts,
development of an
argument.
Purpose not clear,
Rudimentary
development of
ideas Poor
transitions. Few
details to support
the main argument.
Establishes a
purpose. Might
have lapses in the
argument, but clear
transitions and
support given.
Clear purpose,
organization from
start to finish.
Effective details.
#2 a) demonstrate a
Global
Perspective:
choose disciplinary
theories, concepts,
frameworks to
organize and
analyze
Evidence that
student has
mastered the field is
not provided or
incomplete
Evidence suggests
that student
understands the
field but there are
weaknesses in
organization or
analysis
Evidence and
demonstration
suggests that
student has
mastered the field
knowledge and is
able to organize and
analyze
b) make detailed
scientific
observations that
allows one to
organize patterns of
behavior in a
particular cultural
context
Evidence suggests
that student is
unable to use social
science observation
methods to analyze
cultural contexts
Evidence suggests
that student is able
to apply social
science
observational
methods but unable
to make analytical
links
Evidence suggests
that student applies
social science
observational
methods effectively
and is able to
analyze particular
cultural contexts
#3 a) Active
Citizenship and
Civic Engagement:
demonstrate the
ability to
conceptualize and
specifically identify
an important
political and policy
issue
Evidence suggests
that student is
unable to identify a
major political
and/or policy issue
Evidence suggests
that student is able
to identify a
problem, but has
difficulty analyzing
the policy issue
Evidence suggests
that student is able
to identify a major
political and/or
policy problem and
is able to
conceptualize and
analyze the causes
of the policy issue
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