Integrative learning value rubric


Glossary The definitions that follow were developed to clarify terms and concepts used in this rubric only



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The definitions that follow were developed to clarify terms and concepts used in this rubric only.

• Academic knowledge: Disciplinary learning; learning from academic study, texts, etc.

• Content: The information conveyed in the work samples or collections of work.

• Contexts: Actual or simulated situations in which a student demonstrates learning outcomes. New and challenging contexts encourage students to stretch beyond their current frames of reference.

• Co-curriculum: A parallel component of the academic curriculum that is in addition to formal classroom (student government, community service, residence hall activities, student organizations, etc.).

• Experience: Learning that takes place in a setting outside of the formal classroom, such as workplace, service learning site, internship site or another.

• Form: The external frameworks in which information and evidence are presented, ranging from choices for particular work sample or collection of works (such as a research paper, PowerPoint, video recording, etc.) to choices in make-up of the eportfolio.

• Performance: A dynamic and sustained act that brings together knowing and doing (creating a painting, solving an experimental design problem, developing a public relations strategy for a business, etc.); performance makes learning observable.

• Reflection: A meta-cognitive act of examining a performance in order to explore its significance and consequences.

• Self Assessment: Describing, interpreting, and judging a performance based on stated or implied expectations followed by planning for further learning.





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