Final Blog Rubric Blakeney
My blog post consistently included references to the main text, Roblyer, and additional research using APA style. I consistently included real life examples or references to practice. For me, a challenging aspect of this course was to continually reference the application to my chosen subject area, Sixth Grade English/Language Arts. While I did include this most of the time, I did not always. Professor Gerstein identified the need to do this and I revised blog posts to include this connection (ultimately the purpose of this course) after the initial posting. For this reason, I’ve reduced points in the Content grade. I completed my blog posts early in the week for the most part, but not always, so I reduced points to proficient in this category. I was consistent and thorough in responding to other students’ blogs, always posting to at least two per week. I enjoyed building a more professional, research-based blogging practice.
Rich in content, full of thought, insight and synthesis with clear connections to previous or current content and/or to real life situations made with depth and detail.
Substantial information, thought, insight and analysis has taken place with some connection to previous or current content and/or to real life situations but lack of depth and detail.
Readings and Resources
Readings (from course text) and other resource materials are used to support blog comments. APA style is used to cite references.
There is some reference to readings and other resource material. No or limited use of APA style references.
All required postings are made early in the module to give others time to comment.
All required postings are made but not in time for others to read and respond.
Responses to Other Students
Two or more substantial posts with at least one detailed response made to address another students' post.
One or more satisfactory posts with at least one satisfactory response made to address another students' post.