Learning Activity Rubric Rubric
ET605


Basic Improving Competent Excellent
Standards Limited referencing of standards. References some national and state standards for technology and the curriculum References national technology standards and state curriculum standards Comprehensively references national technology standards and state curriculum standards
Curriculum
(Weighted Double)
Focuses on technology with some benefit to the curriculum Mixed focus on technology and the curriculum. Emphasis is on students learning the technology and the curriculum.  Technology does not support the curriculum. Mixed focus on technology and the curriculum with technology used to support the curriculum. Emphasis is on students learning the curriculum and the technology. Technology appropriately supports the curriculum. Focuses on the curriculum with technology used to support the curriculum. Emphasis is on students learning the curriculum. Clearly uses technology that appropriately supports curriculum learning goals.
SAMR for Technology 1
(Weighted Double)
Technology not appropriate or makes activity worse Technology is appropriate and is used at the Substitution level of the SAMR model Technology improves what could be done without it and is used at the Augmentation level of the SAMR model Technology changes the task in a significant way and is used at the Modification or Redefinition level of the SAMR model
SAMR for Technology 2
(Weighted Double)
Technology not appropriate or makes activity worse Technology is appropriate and is used at the Substitution level of the SAMR model Technology improves what could be done without it and is used at the Augmentation level of the SAMR model Technology changes the task in a significant way and is used at the Modification or Redefinition level of the SAMR model
Tools and resources A limited tools and resources section is included A limited list of technology and non-technology tools and resources is included and is appropriate for the learning activity A list of technology and non-technology tools and resources is included and is appropriate for the learning activity A comprehensive list of technology and non-technology tools and resources is included and ties directly to the learning activity
Learning Activity
(Weighted Double)
The learning activity is an isolated lesson The learning activity covers more than one day of instruction. The learning activity is used to sustain interest and promote learning over the course of several days. The learning activity is used to sustain interest and promote the use of higher-order thinking skills over the course of several days of instruction.
Assessment Assessment is discussed with some indication of how learning will be assessed. A brief overview of how learning will be assessed is included. A clear plan of assessment is included. A clear plan of assessment is included that ties directly to the objectives and standards.
Examples Examples meet technology requirements but are poor examples for students Examples are given that meet the technology requirements. Complete examples are included that meet the technology requirements. Complete examples are included that give students a clear understanding of your expectations and effectively meet the technology requirements
Web Resources Contains fewer than 10 Web resources or 10 resources with little or no descriptions. Contains 10 Web resources that are related to the topic of the Learning Activity with brief descriptions of each of the resources. Contains 10 Web resources that are useful to the students in completing the Learning Activity or as extensions to the Learning Activity. The resources each contain an original description of the resource. At least one screen shot of one of the Web pages is included. Contains at least 10 Web resources that are useful to the students in completing the Learning Activity or as extensions to the Learning Activity. The resources each contain an original paragraph describing how the resource is useful in this learning activity, and the resources are organized in a way that is relevant to the learning activity. At least one screen shot of one of the Web pages is included.
Professional Presentation Grammar, spelling, and usage errors are found consistently throughout the project and work is somewhat sloppy. Grammar, spelling, and usage are errors are common, and the work is mostly professionally presented. Correct grammar, spelling, and usage are generally used in the project, and all work is fairly professional. Correct grammar, spelling, and usage are consistent throughout the project in all written work, and all work is presented in a professional manner.
References Failure to cite sources is plagiarism and will result in an F for the course. All sources of information are cited. All sources of information are cited using correct APA style.

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This page was prepared by Dr. David M. Marcovitz.

Last Updated: June 26, 2014