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see attachmentModule 3: Self-Assessment RubricThis week, we’ve learned about assessment and our ePortfolio. These are both

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Module 3: Self-Assessment Rubric

This week, we’ve learned about assessment and our ePortfolio. These are both ways to track our progress throughout our academic journey, from a big picture perspective.

How to we keep ourselves on track on smaller timelines? How do we track day to day, or week to week progress to demonstrate that we’re exercising the skills we’re learning in order to grow and to advance?

This week’s assignment is the creation of a Self-Assessment Rubric.

Think of this as an easy guide to keep yourself focused and aimed at the goal of not only academic success, but self-improvement.

Below is an example rubric, yours may look quite different, think of these points:

·
Do you prefer Qualitative or Quantitative assessment? (hint-look back at this week’s readings/lectures for the difference)

·
What categories help you feel accomplished/successful? They don’t need to be solely academically focused

·
What areas are realistic for you to track and assess each week?

 

· Determine at least four (4) learning criteria and an assessment scale of at least three (3) indicators.

· Use any program to create this, but be sure to upload a file for your submission

 

Using this, when life provides roadblocks we can avoid discouragement and put things back on track!

 

Example Rubric:

 

Be sure to review the 

academic expectations
 for your submission.

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