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Research

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Research Report

(4 grade points)

 

 

Through analysis and synthesis of your ED500 self-reflective weblog, timeline and threaded discussion assignments, research and write a research report of yourself as a subject of education.  Your report can be created in any form and/or medium approved by Dr. Shutkin. (1750 word limit)

Category

4 Exceeds expectations

3 Meets expectations

2 Approaches expectations

1 Needs improvement

Usage

Demonstrates good command of dominant American English and writes with originality.

Demonstrates good command of dominant American English.

Demonstrates errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation etc.

Consistently demonstrates incorrect grammar and syntax

 

Self-reflection

Consistently:

1. Questions and explores personal assumptions;

2. Reflects on lived experiences; and 

3. Provides examples.

Consistently:

1. Reflects on lived experiences; and 

2. Provides examples.

 

Inconsistently:

Questions and explores personal assumptions.

Consistently:

Provides examples.

 

Inconsistently:

Reflects on lived experiences.

 

 

Inconsistently:

1. Reflects on lived experiences; and

2. Provides examples.

 

Questions experience

Analysis conveys extensive evidence of a personal response to the issues raised in discussions, lectures and readings.

 

Demonstrates personal growth and a political awareness

Analysis conveys evidence of a personal response to the issues raised in discussions, lectures and readings.

 

Demonstrates that he/she is beginning to develop new ways of reflecting on their world

Analysis conveys little evidence of a personal response to the issues/concepts raised in the texts.

No personal response is made to the issues/concepts raised in the texts.

 

Classroom Reflection

Reflection indicates that student is listening well in class.

Reflection alludes to what student has heard in class.

Makes minimal reference to what is heard in class.

Makes no reference to what is heard in class.

 

Historical and Scholarly Text Reflection

Consistently:

1. Makes inferences well and comprehends deeper meaning;

 

2. Relates texts and issues raised to other texts.

 

3. Demonstrates insight and relevance of texts to lived experiences and society.

 

4. Produces thorough and accurate bibliography.

 

Frequently:

1. Makes inferences and comprehends deeper meaning;

 

2. Relates texts to issues raised.

 

3. Demonstrates insight and relevance of texts to lived experiences and society.

 

Consistently:

Produces thorough and accurate bibliography.

Regularly:

1. Demonstrates comprehension of texts.

 

2. Relates issues raised to general knowledge, lived experiences and other texts.

 

Consistently:

Produces thorough and accurate bibliography.

Demonstrates basic comprehension of texts but does not make connections with the bigger picture.

 

 

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