ART325: Professionalism Rubric

ART325-Professional Rubric

Professionalism is extremely important this semester. You have many people depending on you. My expectations are high for your performance in all you do this semester. Please review the rubric below that describes how your performance will be assessed throughout the semester. Consider…

ART325: Professional Rubric  Advanced Proficient Developing Basic
Attendance and punctuality No classes are missed; never late (enter classroom before or at 11:00a.m.). Always on time for service-learning experience; never misses.  No classes are missed; sometimes enters class 1 or 2 minutes late. Mostly on time for service-learning experience; never misses. 1-2 classes missed; often enters after 11:00 a.m. Sometimes late for service-learning experience; never misses. 3 or more classes missed; always late for class.          Often late for service-learning experience; misses occasionally.
Preparation Always prepared for class discussions; readings completed; assignments always handed in on time.
Always prepared for service-learning activities.
 
Mostly prepared for class (95% of the time); readings completed; 1 assignment handed in late. Mostly prepared for service-learning activities. Generally prepared for class (85% of the time) readings not always completed; 2 assignments handed in late. Sometimes not prepared for service-learning activities. Rarely prepared for class; no evidence that reading assignments have been completed; 3 or more assignments late. Often not prepared for service-learning activities.
Contribution Always contributes to class discussions; clear evidence that material is understood Active participation in the  service-learning experience; always dependable. Mostly  contributes to class discussions; clear evidence that material is understood Active participation in the  service-learning experience; mostly dependable. Contributes to class discussions approximately half the time; evidence that material is not fully understood Active participation in the service-learning experience; not always dependable. Rarely contributes to class discussions; evidence that material is not understood. Passive participation in the service-learning experience; rarely dependable.
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