Electronic Portfolio Assessment Rubric


Skill Target/Goal  Some Evidence Little/No Evidence
Creative Use of  Technology

 

Innovative use of graphics, sound, e-mail, additional software, Internet resources, multi-media; superior presentation.  Some use of interesting sounds and graphics; links used predictable presentation. No evidence of independent resources; monotonous presentation.
Content Choice Content is well covered (products relate to the standards). Demonstrates clear understandings and applies what has been learned. Substantantial progress is shown throughout the development of the content. A variety of additional artifacts have been included.  Content is covered and includes general information but lacks descriptive detail. Few additional artifacts have been included. Progress is shown throughout the development of the content. There is missing evidence or information. No additional artifacts have been included. Demonstrates only surface understanding.
Organization and Mechanics
 

 

Well organized with a variety of products. Maximum and obvious choice in navigation. Navigation is seamless. Material is organized with many products.  Appropriate and clear use of navigation Minimal or no use of choice in navigation.  Material is not clearly organized.
Personal Reflection
 

 

Excellent evaluation of personal strengths and weaknesses, along with evaluation of professional and personal growth through the process.  Evidence of a lifelong learning tool and goals are set for future learning.  Evaluation of personal strengths and weaknesses are seen along with evaluation of professional and personal growth through the process. Evaluation is not clear or thorough of personal strengths and weaknesses, nor professional growth is documented.  There is minimal or no evidence of a lifelong learning tools and goals are set for future learning.
Effectiveness of Communication
 

 

Student has demonstrated an excellent  holistic understanding of the program goals, through clearly, concisely and coherently presenting ideas. Student clearly, concisely and coherently presents ideas. Students demonstrates a holistic understanding of program goals. Student is unable to present ideas in a clear, concise and coherent fashion.  Student lacks demonstration of holistic understanding of program goals.