Portfolio Activity Rubric | My Assignment Tutor

Portfolio Activity RubricThe following is a general guide for grading Portfolio Activities. Please apply and adapt as appropriate exercising your best judgement whenassessing student work in these activities. CategoriesExemplaryIntermediateBeginningSelf-disclosureSeeks to understand concepts byexamining openly own experiences in thepast/present as they relate to the topic, toillustrate points being made. Demonstratesan open, evaluative stance and the ability toself-appraise, discussing both growth andfrustrations as they related to learning inclass. Risks asking probing questions aboutself and seeks to answer these.Point value: 30Seeks to understand concepts byexamining somewhat cautiously ownexperiences in the past as theyrelate to the topic. Sometimesdefensive or one-sided intheanalysis. Asks some probingquestions about self, but do notengage in seeking to answer these.Point value: 20Little self-disclosure, minimal risk inconnecting concepts from class topersonal experiences. Self-disclosuretends to be superficial and factual,without self-reflection.Point value: 10Connection to outside experiencesIn-depth synthesis of thoughtfully selectedaspects of experiences related to the topic.Makes clear connections between what islearned from outside experiences and thetopic.Point value: 30Goes into some detail explainingsome specific ideas or issues fromoutside experiences related to thetopic. Makes general connectionsbetween what is learned fromoutside experiences and the topic.Point value: 20Identify some general ideas or issuesfrom outside experiences related tothe topicPoint value: 15Connection to course readings(videos, presentations, etc.) anddiscipline specific literatureIn-depth synthesis of thoughtfully selectedaspects of readings related to the topic.Makes clear connections between what islearned from readings and the topic.Demonstrate further analysis and insightresulting from what has been learned fromreading. When appropriate includes multiplereferences to readings other than thoseGoes into more detail explainingsome specific ideas or issues fromreadings related to the topic. Makesgeneral connections between whatis learned from readings and thetopic. When appropriate includes areference to readings other thanthose assigned for class.Identify some general ideas or issuesfrom readings related to thetopic. Shows little connection toassigned or other readings.Point value: 10 assigned for class.Point value: 25Point value: 15Connection to class discussions &course objectivesSynthesize, analyze and evaluatethoughtfully selected aspects of ideas orissues from the class discussion as theyrelate to this topic.Point value: 15Synthesize clearly some directlyappropriate ideas or issues from theclass discussion as they relate to thistopic.Point value: 12Restate some general ideas or issuesfrom the class discussion as theyrelate to this topic.Point value: 8

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