The IOCS Rubric




 

      


Outstanding

(3 points)

Proficient

(2 points)

Not Proficient

(1 point)



Physical Product

Student uses authentic tools and props to convey new knowledge acquired through specified OpenCourseWare from an approved institution of learning; this can include but is not  limited to demonstration of a new skill, learning a new technology; creating a physical model, designing and conducting an experiment, and formulation of a theory.

Student uses some tools or props in addition to a demonstration of knowledge acquired through specified OpenCourseWare from an approved institution of learning in the form of a traditional presentation stemming from specified OpenCourseWare from an approved institution of learning.

Student has lectured on the subject of content from OpenCourseWare from an approved institution,, but no physical project is presented other than a PowerPoint, PREZI or other digital presentation tool that contains an abundance of text but lacks depth.



Technology

Student has creatively integrated 2 or more technological tools and/or media resources in the construction of his/her knowledge and development of the final product.

Student has creatively integrated 1 technological tool or media resource in the construction of his/her knowledge and development of the final product.

Student did not integrate any technological tool or media resource in the construction of his/her knowledge and development of the final product.



Depth of Learning

Exposition of learning clearly demonstrates acquisition and application of new knowledge; student is able to answer audience questions and demonstrate extended knowledge; student is likely to be able to apply learning from this project to college and career goals.

Exposition of learning demonstrates some acquisition and application of new knowledge; student may be able to answer some additional questions from audience; student may be able to apply learning from this project to college and career goals.

Exposition does not demonstrate new knowledge.

                                   OR

The student shows little understanding of the knowledge or skills involved and is unlikely to be able to apply learning from this project to college and career goals.




Public Speaking

Student presented original goals, as well as claims and findings; ideas were sequenced logically and with pertinent descriptions, facts, and details to accentuate main ideas; a concise summarization was provided;  there was appropriate eye contact, adequate volume, and clear, correct pronunciation; student showed enthusiasm for this work.

Student presented original goals or claims and findings; ideas were presented with pertinent descriptions, facts, and details to accentuate main ideas; a summarization was provided; student attempted to provide eye contact, adequate volume, and correct pronunciation; student showed enthusiasm for this work.

Presentation lacked one or more of the following:  original goals, claims/findings;pertinent descriptions, facts, or details, summarization; appropriate eye contact, adequate volume, and clear, correct pronunciation; may be lacking; student may not have showed enthusiasm for this work.





Studentship

All IOCS directions were followed carefully and forms filled out; all goals outlined at the outset of the project were  met and completed on time; presentation was kept within time limits; all forms and feedback requirements were met. All works cited and consulted were presented in correct MLA format.

IOCS directions were generally followed carefully and all forms filled out; some but not all goals were outlined at the outset of the project; specified goals were completed on time; presentation may have been kept within time limits; most or all forms and feedback requirements were met; sources cited and consulted were presented.

One or more of the following is evident:


  • IOCS directions/forms not carefully followed/filled out

  • Goals were not outlined at the outset of the project and may not have been completed on time

  • Presentation not kept within time limits

  • Forms/feedback requirements not met

  • Works cited and consulted not presented

Score





Total Project Score_______Grade* _______



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*Grading key:  A+ = 14-15 points; A=12-13; A-=11; B+=10; B=9; B-=8; C+=7.  Below 7 points requires re-do of project.


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