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GCHS Musketeers
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Jason Smith, Principal
Craig Wilburn, Assistant Principal
Eric Keeton, Assistant Principal
196 Musketeer Drive
Greenup, KY 41144

JOURNAL RUBRIC

Journal Rubric

Rubric for Assessing Journals:

Criteria

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Entry is written for each day the project is implemented

Entries are written for at least 1/4 of the days the project is implemented.

Entries are written for at least 1/2 of the days the project is implemented.

Entries are written for at least ¾ of the days the project is implemented.

Entries are written for each day the project is implemented.

Reflections share successes and challenges encountered implementing the project

Student successes or failures are not discussed

Student successes and/or failures are mentioned, but not discussed; no details are provided

Student successes and failures are discussed and details are provided.

Students’ successes and failures are discussed and details are provided. Facilitator relates how these successes and failures have affected the implementation of the project and how she addressed these issues.

Journal entries reflect prompts

Journal entries do not reflect the prompts.

   

Journal entries reflect the prompts.

Journal entries document changes you plan to make when you implement the project a second time.

Journal entries do not document the changes you plan to make.

Journal entries document the changes you plan to make but lack detail.

Journal entries specifically document the changes you plan to make.

Journal entries specifically document the changes you plan to make and a rationale for the change.

Reflections demonstrate knowledge of engaged learning through examples and/or anecdotes

Reflections do not include the indicators of engaged learning.

 

Reflections include anecdotes or examples that mention the indicators of engaged learning but do not provide examples of them within the project.

Reflections include anecdotes or examples that demonstrate the indicators of engaged learning in the project.

Reflections demonstrate knowledge of Best Use of Technology through examples and/or anecdotes.

Reflections do not include the indicators of Best Use of Technology.

 

Reflections include anecdotes or examples that mention the indicators of Best Use of Technology, but do not provide examples of them within the project.

Reflections include anecdotes or examples that demonstrate the indicators of Best Use of Technology in the project.

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