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.
 

Topic

Not MeetingExpectation

(0-1 points)

Meeting Expectation

(2-3 points)

Exceeding Expectation

(4-5 points)

Instructor Score

Abstract/Intoduction Statement

§ The abstract is non-existent, irrelevant or lacking in meaningful content.

§ The abstract is a good explanation of what is to come in the rest of the document.

§ The abstract is exceptionally well written with sharp consideration to detail to explain what is to come in the rest of the document.

 

Step-to-the-Process (Screenshots)

§ Screenshots and descriptions of the Steps-to-the-Process are non-existent, irrelevant or lacking.

§ The student has not proven to have completed the testing.

§ Screenshots and descriptions of the Steps-to-the-Process are relevant, correct, incrementally-detailed and complete.

§ The group has proven that they completed the testing.

§ Every screenshot has a description proving that you understood what you were looking at.

§ Screenshots and descriptions of the Steps-to-the-Process are relevant, correct, incrementally-detailed and complete and are exceptionally well written with sharp consideration to detail

§ The group has proven that they completed the testing with pain-staking attention to detail.

§ Every screenshot has an exceptionally well-written description proving that you understood what you were looking at.

 

Conclusion Statement

§ The Conclusion is non-existent, irrelevant or lacking in meaningful content.

§ The Conclusion is a good explanation of what has been accomplished in the document.

§ You explained the process of testing, what was learned that wasn’t already knows and a written opinion of the process of creating the document.

§ The conclusion is exceptionally well written with sharp consideration to detail to explain what has been accomplished in the document.

§ You have explained exceptionally well the process of testing, what was learned that wasn’t already knows and a written opinion of the process of creating the document.

 

Testing plan & process

§ The testing process (weather documented well or not) was not well planned and implemented.

§ The process has been well planned and implemented.

§ The plan seems to have led to some  group cohesiveness and efficiency.

§ The process has been exceptionally well planned and implemented.

§ Extra details were considered, discussed and/or documented.

§ The plan seems to have led to some group cohesiveness and efficiency.

 

Overall Task ability to analyze processes for optimal efficiency during the use of the solution

§ The group has not proven an ability to apply the solution, analyze the results, and document the finding.

§ The group has proven an ability to apply the solution, analyze the results, and document the findings.

§ The group has shown an exceptional ability to apply the solution, analyze the results, and document the findings.

 

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Jenny Werner,
Aug 4, 2010, 8:36 AM
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