EDAD 508 Rubrics and Guidelines for Projects

EDAD 508 Rubrics and Guidelines for Projects

 

 

Presentation Rubric

 

                                    1 - 3 points                                            4 – 7 points                           8 – 10 points

Web Site

Presentations

(10 points)

· Insufficient information for the web site/topic was provided in terms of accuracy, or amount

 

 

The information provided was accurate and current OR

·            An appropriate amount of information for the web site/topic was provided

· The information provided was accurate and current AND

·    An appropriate amount of information for the web site/topic was provided

 

 

EDAD 508 Final Exam Presentation Rubric

                                    Below                                      Meets                         Exceeds

Presentation

(10 points)

Written Plan

(10 points)

Instructor assessment in bold.

· Insufficient information for the topic was provided in terms of accuracy, or amount

Also Peer and Team assessment descriptors.

 

•The information provided was accurate and current OR

• An appropriate amount of information for the topic was provided.

Also Peer and Team assessment descriptors

· The information provided was accurate and current AND

· An appropriate amount of information for the topic was provided.

Also Peer and Team assessment descriptors

 

Peer Assessment in Regular type

(5 points from peers.)

· The learning experience was somewhat valuable.

· The presentation was made in a not-so-stimulating atmosphere for learning.

· Individual contributions are evident.

 

· The learning experience was valuable.

· The presentation was made in a somewhat pleasant atmosphere for learning.

· Individual contributions are coherently organized.

 

· The learning experience was very valuable.

· The presentation was made in a pleasant atmosphere for learning.

· Collaboration (not a collection of individual contributions) of the team is evident.

 

Team Assessment in Italics

(5 points from Team members)

· Each team member made a contribution to the team work (team-member assessment).

· The presentation was made in a not-so-stimulating  atmosphere for learning.

· Individual contributions are evident.

· Each team member made a valuable contribution to the team work (team-member assessment).

· The presentation was made in a somewhat pleasant atmosphere for learning.

Individual contributions are coherently organized

· Each team member made a significantly valuable contribution to the team work (team-member assessment).

· The presentation was made in a pleasant atmosphere for learning.

· Collaboration (not a collection of individual contributions) of the team is evident.

 

 

Suggested Timeline & Activities

 

Week

Tasks

1

Search for Team members. Form the Team. Exchange contact info.

 

 

 

 

 

2

Discuss possible schools for final project.  Divide tasks among team.

 

 

 

 

3

Gather data (Single Plan for Student Achievement, Other)

Bring data to class

 

4.

Analyze data. 

Discuss transformation needed and opportunities for improvement.

 

5

Develop new plan. (Include description of the “change process” you would use at this school.)

 

6

Continue to develop new plan (Include decision making process, instruments, procedures you would employ.)

 

7

Continue to develop new plan (Include problem solving process you would use.  If possible hold a problem solving meeting at the site.).

 

8

Continue to develop new plan (Explain which type of Leadership Domain(s) would work best at this school.)

 

9

Plan for class presentation.

 

10

Class Presentation Finalize the written report.

 

11

Class Presentations.  Turn in written report

 

 


 

 Team Member Assessment  (Peer Evaluation)

 

School Name                                                                          

 

*List Team members starting with your name.

                                                                                                         High-----------Low

Team Member Name

Contribution(s) Made

5

4

3

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluation of your team work:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.  Grading Procedures

Requirements

Points

Attendance

15

Class Participation/discussions

15

Leadership Presentations—Total Leaders

20

Leadership Reflections 

15

Website Research and Presentations (Mid-term)

10

Final Examination (Presentation & Written Report)

25

TOTAL

100

  “A” represents a high level of performance shown by the depth and complex thinking involved in the evidence used to meet content standards. The thought, planning and originality of the final products will be considered. The work should meet the standards for above average achievement and show: 1) originality and reflect the interest of the candidate and follow the format for the assignment; 2) creative, analytic and/or creative thought; and, 3) inquiry, in-depth study, or sustained effort: 4) use APA style, contain grammatical standards for English language usage; and 5) be received in a timely manner. 

 Â“B” represents above average achievement by the submission of evidence used to meet the performance standards. The final product should be well presented. The work should meet the standards for average achievement and be: 1) well organized, clearly and accurately presented, and follow the format required for the project; 2.) substantive in nature and show educational value; 3) use APA style, contain grammatical standards for English language usage;4) and be received in a timely manner.

 Â“C” represents average achievement by the minimal submission of evidence used to meet performance standards.  The final product should be acceptable. The work should: 1.) contain the basic information required; 2) communicated the information clearly and legibly; 3) use citations, contain grammatical standards for English language usage; 4.) be received in a timely manner.

6. Required Reading Texts

Schwahn, C., & Spady, W. (1998). Total Leaders, Applying the Best Future-focused Change Strategies to Education. 1st ed. Arlington, VA: AASA. ISBN 0-87652-233-9   AASA Stock # 234-001

Harvey, T. (1996). Checklist for change. paperback ed. Lanham, MD: Roman & Littlefield.

7.  Strongly Recommended Reading Texts

Doyle, M., & Straus, D. (1993). How to make meetings work. Paperback ed. New York: Jove Books. ($7.50 Amazon, used $.49.)

Blanchard, K., & Johnson, S. (1983). The one minute manager. paperback 10th ed. New York: William Morrow & Company. (Amazon 4.99, used from $2.00)

8.  Supplemental Reading Texts

Bolman, L., & Deal, T. (1997). Reframing organizations. 2nd ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Glickman, C. (2002). Leadership for learning. 1st ed. Alexandria, VA: Association for supervision and curriculum Development.

Nutt, P. (1989). Making tough decisions. 1st ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Senge, P. (1994). The fifth discipline. New York: Currency Doubleday.

Yukl, G. (2002). Leadership in organization. 5 ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

9.  Course Schedule of Meetings:

The reading assignment needs be read and summarized before the class session indicated so that you will be able to recall information from the reading and contribute during class discussion.  Reflection papers will be turned in at each class session.

 

*Budget your time for the course.  According to the University Policy, you’ll need to set aside at least 3 hours/unit each week outside the classroom for a course, which means 12 hours/week for this course in addition to the class time.  Suggested time allocations: 2-3 hours for reading; 1-2 hours for review and reflection; 3-5 hours for assignments; and 2-6 hours for rest and your family.

 

Class Day and Dates

Scheduled Topics

September 23, 2004

 Orientation, Review of Course Requirements and Class Organization

·         Course Overview

·         NIS information

·         Formation of Transformation Teams

·         Information on Recommended Texts

 

Assignments:

Acquire from Amazon or other sources:

Chapter 2    Doyle and Straus, How to Make Meetings Work (49¢ - $7.50)

Read chapter 1 and chapter 2

Chapter 2    Blanchard and Johnson, The One Minute Manager ($2-$4.99)

Begin reading

September 30, 2004

 

Chapter 1  “Leading from the Future”

 

Discussion

Web site presentations

 

Reading Assignments:

Total Leaders:  Read corresponding chapter and do 1 page reflection.

Continue with next chapters in The One Minute Manager and How to Make Meetings Work

 

October 7, 2004

 

Chapter 2  “The Essence of Total Leaders”

 

Library Orientation Library Electronic Classroom (Required attendance Make up required.)

 

Web site presentations

Discussion

 

Reading Assignments:

Total Leaders: 

1.  Read corresponding chapter and do 1 page reflection.

2.  Continue with next chapters in The One Minute Manager and How to Make Meetings Work

 

October 14, 2004

Chapter 3 Authentic Leadership Domain Presentation

 

Discussion

Web site presentations

 

Reading Assignments:

Total Leaders: 

1.  Read corresponding chapter and do 1 page reflection.

2.  Continue with next chapters in The One Minute Manager and How to Make Meetings Work

October 21, 2004

 

Video:  Fish

Chapter 4  Visionary Leadership Domain Presentation

 

Discussion

Web site presentations

Video:  The Fish Philosophy

 

Reading Assignments:

Total Leaders: 

1.  Read corresponding chapter and do 1 page reflection.

2.  Continue with next chapters in The One Minute Manager and How to Make Meetings Work

 

October 28, 2004

 

 

Video: “The Business of Paradigms”

 

Chapter 4  Cultural Leadership Domain Presentation

 

Discussion

Web site presentations

Video: The Business of Paradigms, Joel Barker

 

Reading Assignments:

Total Leaders: 

1.  Read corresponding chapter and do 1 page reflection.

2.  Continue with next chapters in The One Minute Manager and How to Make Meetings Work

 

 

November 4, 2004

 

 

Chapter 5  Cultural Leadership Domain Presentation

 

Discussion

Web site presentations

Mid-Term check - Web Site presentations

One Minute Manager in class assignment

 

Reading Assignments:

Total Leaders: 

1.  Read corresponding chapter and do 1 page reflection.

2.  Continue with next chapters in The One Minute Manager and How to Make Meetings Work

 

November 11, 2004

 

 

Chapter 6  Quality Leadership Domain Presentation

 

Discussion

Web site presentations

One Minute Manager in class assignment

 

Reading Assignments:

Total Leaders: 

1.  Read corresponding chapter and do 1 page reflection.

2.  Continue with final chapters in How to Make Meetings Work

 

November 18, 2004

 

 

Chapter 7  Service Leadership Domain Presentation

 

Discussion

Web site presentations

How to make Meetings Work in class assignment/practice

 

Assignments:

Team preparation for final presentations

Read Chapter 8, complete 1 page reflection

December 2, 2004

Chapter 8  Applying Total Leadership

Final presentations

 

Discussion

Leadership Style Inventories

 

December 9, 2004

Final presentations

 

Discussion

Leadership Style Inventories

Course Evaluation

Note: Schedule, assignments, and topics are subject to adjustments as deemed necessary by the professor relative to class performance.