The online engagement in community of learners is an extension of the onsite face to face engagement.  It will build on thinking and learning developed in the class and provide opportunities for additional collaborative research and learning, as well as sharing of insights, reflecting up others’ thinking, and providing feedback.  Essential to the development of this community is attention to the quantity, quality, and timeliness of engagement.

Use the rubric below to self-assess your Online Engagement in the Community of Learners. Indicate a mark out of 10 and provide 2-3 sentences justifying your assessment.

Criteria

Level 1

0-64%

C D+ D E F

Level 2

65-69%

C+

Level 3

75- 79% B+

70-74% B

Level 4

90-100% A+

85-90% A

80-84% A-

Learner Stance

*Learns through lens of an attribute model

*Reads, responds, questions, wonders, and reflects

*Takes opportunity to learn with and from a variety of  MLN participants

Stance has limited impact on the learner in moving forward in their thinking.

Stance has no impact on the community in moving forward in their thinking.

 

Stance has positive impact on the learner in moving forward in their thinking.

Stance has little impact on the community in moving forward in their thinking.

 

Stance has positive impact on the learner and some impact on the community in moving forward in their thinking.

 

Stance has strong impact on supporting the learner and the community in moving forward in their thinking.

 Contributions

*Contributions are posted in the scheduled timeframe

*Self-monitors quantity and quality of contributions

*Contributions support the learning of the group

Quantity, quality, and timeliness of contributions have limited impact on the learner in moving forward in their thinking;

contributions have no impact on the community in moving forward in their thinking.

Quantity, quality, and timeliness of contributions have positive impact on the learner in moving forward in their thinking;

contributions have little impact on the community in moving forward in their thinking.

Quantity, quality, and timeliness of contributions have positive impact on the learner and some impact on the community in moving forward in their thinking.

Quantity, quality, and timeliness of contributions have strong impact on supporting the learner and the community in moving forward in their thinking.