Participation

The instructor's Student Tracking feature allows the instructor to see how often and for how long you've logged into the course and where you have been.

Your participation in the Dialog Chamber shows the instructor how you are doing with the assignments and allows the instructor to interact with you as you create your final project.

Final project

Is it complete?

Is it well done and something you can effectively use with your students?

The following rubric will help you determine how you are doing in this course.

 
Participation
Project
Exemplary

Clearly relates course resources and assignments to other related literature, Web sites, experiences, or resources.

Clearly relates understanding of course content to teaching practice.

Makes appropriate use of the Internet resources.
Is appropriate for the grade level or personal need.

If this is a classroom project, it is clearly includes all the strategies required.

Satisfactory

Exhibits reflective thinking about course materials and activities in Dialog Chamber postings.


Ties what is being studied in the course to classroom practice.

Makes some use of the Internet resources

If this is a classroom project, it seems to be standards based, but the exact standards are not clear.

Seems as though it could be appropriate for grade level or personal use, but intent is not completely clear.

Unsatisfactory

Rarely posts to discussions in the dialog or posts do not seem to relate to the topic.

Postings to the dialog chamber do not show relationship of course material to teaching practice.

Is incomplete or not done.
Does not make use of the Internet Resources provided.

Purpose is not clear.