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Course 1, Energy Technologies and Real Estate Strategy: Scoring Rubric for In-Class Exercises (ICE)

General Scoring Criteria


Criteria

Unsatisfactory = 0 Points

Credited elements are not addressed.


ICE submissions show little or no
evidence that readings or activities
Critical Analysis were completed or understood.
and Synthesis of Submissions, if made, are comprised of
Course Materials personal opinions without support from
the materials, activities, outside
resources, relevant research, or
applicable experience.

Limited = 1 Points

Proficient = 3 Points

Credited elements are minimally


addressed. ICE submissions repeat
and/or summarize basic, correct
information, but do not provide
support from the materials, activities,
outside resources, relevant research,
or applicable experience, or consider
alternative perspectives or
connections between ideas.

Credited elements are partially


addressed. ICE submissions
demonstrate a thorough
understanding of the required
materials and their underlying
concepts, including correct use of
terminology. Thoughtful links are
made between concepts, and to
outside references, relevant research,
or alternative perspectives. Some
synthesis of class concepts can be
found.

ICE responses are completed late


ICE responses are not completed at all, (without valid reason), and/or
and/or postings to the discussion board postings to the discussion board
do not contribute to the ongoing
contribute only minimally to the
conversation on the discussion board. ongoing discussion by affirming prior
There is no evidence of engagement
statements, asking basic questions, or
Participation and with other students.
making oppositional statements.
Professionalism
Postings on the ICE discussion board
Postings on the ICE discussion board
show blatant disrespect for the
show moderate disrespect for the
viewpoints of others, and/or are
viewpoints of others, and/or include
submitted with numerous grammatical, enough grammatical, spelling or
spelling or punctuation errors.
punctuation errors to detract from
their clarity.

ICE responses are completed on time,


and/or postings to the discussion
board contribute somewhat to the
ongoing discussion by asking relevant
questions or sharing meaningful
ideas. Assertions are supported by
proper references to course materials
or other appropriate sources.
Postings on the ICE discussion board
show respect for the viewpoints of
others, and are largely free from
grammatical, spelling or punctuation
errors. The style of writing is
sufficient to communicate.

Course 1, Energy Technologies and Real Estate Strategy: Scoring Rubric for
Assignments

Exemplary = 5 Points

Credited elements are thoroughly


addressed. ICE submissions display an
excellent understanding of the required
readings and underlying concepts,
including correct use of terminology.
Class concepts are intelligently
synthesized, and responses integrate an
outside resources to support important
points.

ICE responses are completed on time,


and/or postings to the discussion board
actively stimulate and sustain further
discussion by introducing new ideas
and/or building on peers' responses.
Evidence may include asking creative
questions and sharing original ideas.
Assertions are supported by proper
references to course materials or other
appropriate sources.
Written interactions on the discussion
board show respect and sensitivity to
others, and are free of grammatical,
spelling or punctuation errors. The style
of writing facilitates communication.

Homework

General Scoring Criteria


Criteria

Unsatisfactory = 0 Points

Credited elements are not addressed.


Homework submissions show little or
no evidence that readings or activities
Critical Analysis were completed or understood.
and Synthesis of Submissions, if made, are comprised of
Course Materials personal opinions without support from
the materials, activities, outside
resources, relevant research, or
applicable experience.

Limited = 1 Points

Proficient = 3 Points

Exemplary = 5 Points

Credited elements are minimally


addressed. Homework submissions
repeat and/or summarize basic,
correct information, but do not
provide support from the materials,
activities, outside resources, relevant
research, or applicable experience, or
consider alternative perspectives or
connections between ideas.

Credited elements are partially


addressed. Homework submissions
demonstrate a thorough
understanding of the required
materials and their underlying
concepts, including correct use of
terminology. Thoughtful links are
made between concepts, and to
outside references, relevant research,
or alternative perspectives. Some
synthesis of class concepts can be
found.

Credited elements are thoroughly


addressed. Homework submissions
display an excellent understanding of the
required readings and underlying
concepts, including correct use of
terminology. Class concepts are
intelligently synthesized, and responses
integrate an outside resources to support
important points.

Homework submissions are


completed on time, and are largely
free from grammatical, spelling or
punctuation errors. The style of
writing is sufficient to communicate.

Homework submissions are completed


on time, and are free from grammatical,
spelling or punctuation errors. The style
of writing is strong, and fosters clear
communication.

Homework submissions are


Homework submissions are not
completed late (without valid reason),
Participation and completed at all, or are submitted with
or include enough grammatical,
Professionalism numerous grammatical, spelling or
spelling or punctuation errors to
punctuation errors.
detract from their clarity.

Course 1, Energy Technologies and Real Estate Strategy: Scoring Rubric for Final Project
General Scoring Criteria
Criteria

Unsatisfactory = < 10 points

Limited = 10-15 points

Proficient = 15-20 points

Exemplary = 20-25 points

Presentation
Content (Group)

Credited elements are not addressed.


Presentation slides lack information
needed to understand the topic;
content is confusing or contains
inaccuracies; there is no clear plan for
the organization of information.

Credited elements are minimally


addressed. Presentation slides include
general information to give an
understanding of the topic; content
maycontain some inaccuracies and/or
information is not logically sequenced
in places.

Credited elements are partially


addressed. Presentation slides
include adequate information needed
to give an understanding of the topic;
content is mostly accurate and
sequenced in a logical way for the
most part.

Credited elements are thoroughly


addressed. Presentation slides include
information needed to give a thorough
understanding of the topic; content is
accurate and sequenced in a clear, logical
way.

Presentation
Design (Group)

Slides generally lack visual appeal and


are text-heavy with little or no visuals
and/or exhibit an overuse of color or
animations. Media, (e.g., images), if
used, are rarely cited on each slide. No
theme is evident and the presentation
appears disjointed rather than unified
and/or frequent written errors on the
slides.

Slides generally include a mix of white


space, visuals, and/or text but not
consistently and/or some overuse of
color or animations. Media (e/g.,
images), if used, may not be
consistently cited to give proper
attribution. Theme (e.g., template) is
not consistently evident throughout
the presentation and/or some written
errors on the slides.

Slides are effectively designed with


visual appeal including white space,
visuals, and minimal text for the most
part. Color and animations are used
appropriately. Media (e.g., images), if
used, are generally cited to give
proper attribution. Theme (e.g.,
template) is evident in the
presentation for the most part to
produce a cohesive presentation
and/or little written errors on the
slides.

Slides are visually well designed,


aesthetically pleasing with appropriate
use of white space, visuals, and minimal
text, on each slide. Color and animations
are used judiciously. Media (e.g. images),
if used, are always cited on the slide to
give proper attribution. Theme (e.g.,
template) is evident throughout to
produce a highly cohesive presentation.
Basically free from written errors on the
slides.

Timeliness and
Length of
Presentation
(Group)

Presentation is completed after the


deadline and/or substantially lacks the
required length.

Presentation is completed by the


deadline, but just falls short of the
required length.

Presentation is completed by the


deadline and meets the required
length.

Presentation is completed before the


deadline and meets or exceeds the
required length (5-7 slides).

Contribution to
Group
(Individual)

Group member rarely participated or


contributed to the project towards
achieving the project goals and meeting
the deadline; did not share workload
fairly.

Group member participated in the


project but emphasis was in
completing own work; allowed others
to assume leadership and/or may
have not shared workload fairly
towards achieving the project goals
and meeting the deadline.

Group member participated in the


project and shared the workload;
contributed to the development of
one or more slides; worked towards
achieving the project goals and
meeting the deadline.

Group member participated fully in the


project and shared the workload fairly;
contributed to the development of one
or more slides and assisted in editing
others slides to produce a polished
presentation. Demonstrated leadership
to facilitate and achieve the project goals
and meet deadline.