ScreenCasting Rubric (Northgate HelpDesk)
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Criteria12 - Exemplary9 - Proficient6 - Approaching Standard3 - Not Proficient
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Introduction & ConclusionIntroduces oneself as a member of Northgate Helpdesk, names and gives a brief synopsis of the the presentation and activates prior knowledge. Additionally, the outro must include a link to your blog and Northgate HelpDesk's blog.Introduces oneself, names and gives a brief synopsis of the the presentation and activates prior knowledge. Additionally, the outro must include a link to your blog and Northgate HelpDesk's blog.Introduces oneself, names the presentation and activates prior knowledge.Additionally, the outro must include a link to your blog and Northgate HelpDesk's blog.Introduces oneself and does none of the aforementioned characteristics of the criteria
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ContentEntire screencast is easy to follow and contains clear and concise step by step directions. Provides several creative examples of how the tool could be integrated into teaching and learning.Most of the screencast is easy to follow and contains step by step directions. Provides one example of how the tool could be used by students and teachersSome of the screencast is easy to follow. Directions are unclear in some spots. No examples are provided of how the tool could be used by students/teachers.Screencast is not easy to follow or understand
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Voice MechanicsSpeaks with confidence and clarrity. Volume, rate, and intonation of voice keeps viewer engaged throughout. Speaks in a converational, yet professional manner. No slang is used. Technical jargon is definedSpeaks in a clear, confident, and conversational tone. Defines most technical termsVoice lacks confidence and/or is monotone. Viewer may lose interest in the screen cast.Voice is inappropriate for a screencast. Will need to do more practice before screencast can be published on HelpDesk Blog
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CraftmanshipExcellent editing and smooth transitions. If music is used it enhances the screencast. Nothing distracts the viewer. Contains an introductory title slide and closing slide with Northgate HelpDesk web address or individual blog address.Good editing and transitions. If music is used it enhances the screencast. Music or other elements may be slightly distracting to the viewer.Screencast may need additional diting before it is published to the Northgate HelpDesk blogScreencast contains several major errors and needs to be redone.
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AppropriatenessTopic of the screencast is appropriate for all high school students or teachers of many different content areas. Demonstrates the use of a tool that would be used by the majority of teachers and students.Topic of the screencast is appropriate for some high school students. May be usefulfor teachers in certain content areas.Topic of the screencast is appropriate for very few students and teachers.Total / 60:
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Research and information fluency
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1. Locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media
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2. Evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on the appropriateness to specific tasks
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Creativity and innovation
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1. Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes
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2. Create original works as a means of personal or group expression
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Communication and collaboration
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1. Communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences usng a variety of media and formats
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Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making
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1. Identify and define authentic problems and significant questions for investigation
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Digital citizenship
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1. Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology
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2. Exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity
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3. Exhibit leadership for digital citizenship
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1. Understand and use technology systems
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2. Select and use applications effectively and productively
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