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Learning Media Design (05-292)
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DESIGN CASE PRESENTATION (Fall 2017)
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Grading RubricExcellent
(7)
Very Good (5)Satisfactory (3)Insufficient (1) COMMENTS
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CONTENT
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Vision StatementFrames the problem space in a succinct and cogent manner; extends or redefines the design challenge issued with motivation and need statements; establishes a compelling vision of what could be; references client and initial brief
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Use of Evidence Links user study findings, learning research and design insights to the evolving design concept; prototyping sessions with users well described, findings depicted with visual documentation; triangulates between data sources, insights and design moves
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Quality of InsightsDesign process is sufficiently detailed—includes observations, photo documentation, and quotes from users at different points in the design process; the user insights motivating design choices and prototype directions feel well grounded, credible and reflect educator/youth voice
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Success MetricsDefines realistic measures of success and states the learning outcomes the design intends to support; identifies indicators that could be measured qualitatively and quantitatively through learning analytics.
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SynthesisSuccessfully Integrates a diverse set of primary voices and secondary sources to advance a design rationale, draws on appropriate learning research to support the experience envisioned; establishes 'trustworthiness' in the design case presented
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COMMUNICATION & STYLE
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AppealNarrative easy-to-follow, sophisticated use of media and language, includes high quality visual aids and graphics to communicate vision; text and typography error-free and legible.
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Clarity /CoherenceDesign inquiry process (phases, methods, findings, artifact iterations) is easily traced, clear transitions between sections/phases of the design, ideas are organized and easy to follow. The design concept is demo'd and prototyping set-up is easy to envision.
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Professional DeliveryBody language, eye contact, speaking volume appropriate. Presentation smoothly coordinated between speakers, keeps to time. Team conveys a sense of thoughtfulness and command of the topic, directly addresses reviewer questions in discussion
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VISION
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CompellingArticulates worthwhile value proposition, imagines a realizable future where learning is improved for diverse or targeted communities through the design envisioned
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Framing The motivation for the design is well contextualized for stakeholder audiences. Addresses how design would need to be supported in the stakeholder context to ensure successful user (teaching and learning) experiences.
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TOTALGRADE:
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FEEDBACK NOTES:37 > A
34 > A-
31 > B+
28 > B
25 > B-
22 > C


TEAM 1: Lily, Cory, Jordan, Charleen
TEAM 2: Stephanie, Pei, Aliya
TEAM 3: Eunsol, Tom, Kevin
TEAM 4: Sarah, Bria, Nick, Annie
TEAM 5: Amanda, Miki, Nataly, Yilin
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