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Our Suggested Rubric

rubric table with criteria and performance level description
For the purpose of this exercise, it is good to adopt a uniform criteria for assessing each others

Here is a rubric that we would like you to use in the peer review assignment which follows.

Criteria Performance level description Present/Absent and what to look for:
Context Golas/Aims: Why the course is important and what is its main aim Target Audience: Who will be learning on the course? What is their background? What can you expect them to know already? Course Format: Short description of the format of the course. May include details such as the environment/location of the course, the duration, whether it will be part of a broader programme or stand-alone. Challenges of the Context: How the course will be suitable to its specific context. How you will address any challenges: give two challenges/solutions
Design and Development Learning Outcomes: 2-3 well-formulated learning outcomes, with specific verbs for what learners should be able to do, and SMART structure. Objectives/Summary: Outline of course content/structure. Content / structure aligned to LOs. Example of a Planned Activity: Briefly described example of one learning activity leading towards the LOs written. Assessment Plan: Method(s) of assessment of participants’ learning. Will the proposed assessment measure achievement of the LOs?
Delivery and Evaluation plan Delivery Plan: Who will deliver the course,Teaching strategies and learning strategies to be used (encouragement of active learning, student centred approaches). Use of resources, budget. Use of technology. Accessibility considerations (how will you ensure all learners can participate fully). Evaluation Plan: evaluation question (what do we want to find out about the course), how is the data collected, how it is analysed, what will evaluation findings be used for

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