C. Evaluation

The following is how the IT manager will provide feedback to you on your deliverables.  This is a chance for constructive feedback.  I hope that it helps to keep you on track along the way. 
The following evaluation chart has also been attached as a word document.

 

Task 2.2 Learning Rubric (Assessment)

Topic

Not Meeting Expectation

(0-1 points)

Below Expectation

(2-3 points)

Meeting Expectation

(4-5 points)

Instructor Score

Technical Documentation Format

§   The technical document is unorganized and/or has no discernable parts to allow easy of reading and understanding.

§   The technical documentation is not organized enough to be conducive to understanding the sections of the documentation.

§   Some parts of the documentation are missing.

§   The format of the technical documentation is conducive to understanding the sections of the documentation.

 

Technical Definition of the Problem

§   The problem has not been defined at all or to a technical degree to make it useful in this technical documentation.

§   The problem is defined but not in enough detail to be complete and useful for a technical document.

§   The problem is properly divided and described in appropriate technical terms.

 

Solution Statement

§   The solution statements are not problem-appropriate or do not exist.

§   The solution statements are not organized in relation to the portions of the problem that it is supposed to solve.

§   Each portion of the solution is properly associated to a portion of the problem.

 

Test Plan

§   There is no test plan or most of the checklist points are not properly defined or is missing.

§   The points: the who, what, when, where and how have not been appropriately defined in relations to associated solutions.

§   One or more of the checklist points are not properly defined or is missing.  The points are: the who, what, when, where and how for testing each part of the solution.

§   Some of the checklist items are not appropriately associated to a solution.

§   A checklist for a test plan clearly defines the required points:  the who, what, when, where and how for testing each part of the solution.

§   Who will test is defined.

§   What will be tested

§   Where: in what environment and why

§   How results will be observed and recorded.

 

Professionalism

§   The document has too many spelling or grammatical errors.

§   The document is not written to the expected level of writing standard.

§   The document has a few spelling or grammatical errors.

§   The document lacks the expected level of writing standard.

§   The document has no spelling or grammatical errors and is written to the expected level of writing standards.

 

 

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Jenny Werner,
Jan 31, 2011, 7:07 PM
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