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General Grading Policy

Spring 2018 

Your grade will consist of 4 parts:

Your total score in each area will be weighted to the % shown

Grade Calculations:

Modification to your final grade:

Certain items are of enough importance that they will result in a reduction of 1 letter grade to your final class grade as follows ...

Past Grading methods.

Spring 2014 through Fall 2017:

Your course grade will consist of average scores on your submittals in a wide variety of categories.  These include Skills & Abilities (your portfolio work), Professional Development, and Performance.  Each activity or assignment falls within one of these categories as shown below.


Grade Calculations:Your grade is based on the sum of the averages for each category above.  That gives a maximum total of 10 pts for the semester.  The grade system is slightly modified from what you might be used to.

 Your are expected to track your own progress in the class and you may be required to show that your are doing so.  You may wish to use the google spreadsheet Grade Tracker to do so.


Professional Development:

Reductions to your grade:

Although each of the items above are worth the amount noted, some are more important than others and failure to turn them in within the required time frame will affect your final grade by reducing it by one letter grade for each item below:

Fall 2013:

Your course grade will consist of average scores on your submittals in a wide variety of categories . Details of the grading policy are specified below.

There are 10 items from which your grade is calculated.  

Self Certifications:

Final Letter Grade:

Your final letter grade for the class is based on the following ...

Although each of the items above are worth the amount noted, some are more important than others and failure to turn them in within the required time frame will affect your final grade by reducing it by one letter grade for each item below:

 

Grading Guidelines are used to assign points for many of the graded items.  Typical guidelines are shown below.

Practice Work

LevelDescriptionFeedback
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All work is complete and in accord with the professional standards have been practiced in previous work or is being practiced in this assignment.

1 pt

View Actions

.75 pt

View Actions

.50 pt

View Actions

0 pt

 

 

Portfolio Work (Lab Assignments)

LevelDescriptionFeedback
View Actions

High Quality Work is presented at a level similar to those shown in the samples ...

  • Portfolio Cover, Contents Page, Unit Summaries, Tech Docs, and References are all up to date.
  • Presentation is clear, concise, and focused.  The intent of the unit or page is obvious to an uninformed reader. 
  • There are no typographical errors.
  • Each Page is identified with a number, the programs used, a purpose or set of skills, and a title.
  • The presentation fully shows that the student has learned and practiced the full extent of the subject matter from the unit.

1 pt

View Actions

.75 pt

View ActionsInsufficient Amount of Work but what is done is at an Appropriate Standard

.50 pt

View Actions

0 pt

 

 

Collaboration Work

LevelDescriptionFeedback
View Actions

Original Postings and replies are made in accord with the detailed instructions in class and in accord with the professional standards that have been practiced in previous work or is being practiced in this assignment.  Postings show a clear understanding of the purpose and intent of the collaborative work being done.

1 pt

View Actions

.50 pt

View Actions

0 pt

View ActionsPostings and relies are

0 pt

 

Timeliness

LevelDescriptionFeedback
View Actions

All submittals files placed into the drop box for a unit are on time ...

  • Practice Work, Portfolio Work, and Collaboration Work

1 pt

View Actions

Two of the three requirements are submitted on time

  • Practice Work and Portfolio Work
  • Practice Work and Collaboration Work
  • Portfolio Work and Collaboration Work

.66 pt

View Actions

One of the three requirements are submitted on time

  • Practice Work
  • Portfolio Work (Lab Assignments)
  • Collaboration Work

.33 pt

 

File Management Review

LevelDescriptionFeedback
View Actions

All requested files are submitted.

  • Practice Work
  • Portfolio Work (Lab Assignments)
  • Collaboration Work

1 pt

View Actions

Half of the files are submitted

.50 pt

View Actions

None of the files are submitted

0 pt

 

Task Management Review

LevelDescriptionFeedback
View Actions

All requested work is logged and is up-to-date ...

  • Practice Work
  • Portfolio Work (Lab Assignments)
  • Collaboration Work

1 pt

View Actions

All requested work is logged and is at least 75% up-to-date ...

  • Practice Work
  • Portfolio Work (Lab Assignments)
  • Collaboration Work

.50 pt

View Actions

Some requested work is not logged or less than 75% of your work is up-to-date.

  • Practice Work
  • Portfolio Work (Lab Assignments)
  • Collaboration Work

0 pt

 

Portfolio Review

LevelDescriptionFeedback
View Actions

High Quality Work is presented at a level similar to those shown in the samples ...

  • Portfolio Cover, Contents Page, Unit Summaries, Tech Docs, and References are all up to date.
  • Presentation is clear, concise, and focused.  The intent of the unit or page is obvious to an uninformed reader. 
  • There are no typographical errors.
  • Each Page is identified with a number, the programs used, a purpose or set of skills, and a title.

1 pt

View Actions

.75 pt

View Actions

.50 pt

View Actions

0 p

 

Self Performance Review

LevelDescriptionFeedback
View Actions

All activities and files are submitted as required.

1 pt

View Actions

Half of the work is submitted. 

.50 pt

View Actions

0 pt