T509: Revised Participation Rubric

I have revised this rubric to reflect my commitment to connect with others. I have also decided to incorporate my passion for social justice and creativity into my personal compass. Additionally, I originally planned to tweet about interesting massive spaces, however, I have decided I would rather write about my exploration of these spaces via this blog.

T509- Massive: Online Network Participation Rubric

(Draft: Sept 17; Revision: October 8)

Personal Compass: I would like to learn how to evaluate MOOCs and other large-scale learning environments, and identify the characteristics that make those spaces successful. I would also like to explore spaces that promote social justice and creativity. I would like to build my skills in constructing content/design for these spaces.

Participation Commitments:

  • I will visit the blog and twitter hub once a week and interact with 2 or more people
  • I will write 2 blog posts a month sharing my exploration of a massive space

Participation Rubric

Describe a few criteria that you’d like to evaluate yourself on, and be evaluated on by the instructional team. Define what it would look like if you met your personal expectations, if you fell short, and if you did totally awesome. While some of these metrics may be quantitative (I will do X at least Y times), most should qualitatively describe your desired learning and impact. (While there are 5 rows and 3 columns below, feel free to modify this general outline to suit your purposes.)

Criteria Exceeds Expectation Meets Expectation Underperforms Expectation
Interacting with at least 2 people via twitter and the blog hub Commenting on more than two people’s blog posts/tweets. Commenting on two people’s blog posts/tweets. No interaction
2 monthly blog posts about massive spaces 2+ very detailed posts with multimedia that explain my experience with the space 2 personal posts that explain my process/exploration of each space No blogging
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