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Produce effective, organized arguments using claims, evidence, and valid inferences (first year version)
Use this rubric to assess inquiry processes.
Use this rubric to assess a reflective essay.
Use this rubric to assess ethical reasoning.
Use this rubric to assess comparisons. The process of comparison has three distinct steps: the selection of items to compare; the selection of characteristics on which to base a comparison, and a description of how items are the same and different.
Use this rubric to assess dialogical argument. Students argue both sides of an issue then select a position and defend it.
This is an oral communication rubric developed by the Association of American Colleges and Universities
Creative thinking at the higher education level can only be expressed productively within a particular domain. The student must be versed in the strategies and skills of the domain in order to make connections and synthesize.