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Accessible Design Blog Rubric
Accessible Design Blog Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
Concept of Accessible Design
Does the blog explain why accessible design is important?
threshold: pts
30.0 pts
Distinguished: Applies relevant information [data, evidence, or real-world examples] on the importance of accessible design with implications and/or consequences of reasoning. (Examples: legal requirements, statistics, Universal Design for Learning)
20.0 pts
Proficient: Applies some relevant information on the importance of accessible design [data, evidence, or real-world examples]. (Examples: legal requirements, statistics, Universal Design for Learning) Does not address implications, consequences or reasoning.
10.0 pts
Basic: Applies information [data, evidence, or real-world examples] on the importance of accessible design but lacks relevance and does not address consequences, implications or reasoning.
0.0 pts
Nonperformance: Does not supply relevant information on the concept of accessible design.
pts
30.0 pts
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Concept of Learning Experiences
Does the blog provide examples of ways in which disability may impact students and their learning experiences
threshold: pts
20.0 pts
Distinguished: Provides examples of disabilities and clearly describes how the disability may impact a student's learning experience.
15.0 pts
Proficient: Provides examples of a disability and clearly describes how the disability may impact a student's learning experience. .
5.0 pts
Basic: Provides examples of a disability but does not clearly describe how the disability may impact a student's learning experience.
0.0 pts
Nonperformance: Does not describe a disability.
pts
20.0 pts
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Universal Design for Learning
Does the blog describe how you can use the principles of Universal Design for Learning (or UDL) to create flexible paths to learning?
threshold: pts
20.0 pts
Distinguished: Gives an example of an application for each of the 3 principles of UDL.
15.0 pts
Proficient: Gives an example of an application of two principles of UDL.
5.0 pts
Basic:Gives an example of an application of one principle of UDL.
0.0 pts
Nonperformance:Does not give an example of an application of one principle of UDL.
pts
20.0 pts
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Accuracy
Can the reader find out if what you said was true? Did you provide appropriate information to verify your statements (citations)?
threshold: pts
20.0 pts
Distinguished: Grounded in research or best practices found in the course readings or other credible sources. Sources are cited.
15.0 pts
Proficient: Some of the points in the blog references research or best practices found in the course readings or other credible sources. Sources are cited.
5.0 pts
Basic: Sources are cited.
0.0 pts
Nonperformance: Purely opinion-based response without reference to research or best practices found in the course or elsewhere. Statements are not supported with citations.
pts
20.0 pts
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Length
Is the blog at least 3 well-developed paragraphs but not longer than 2 pages?
threshold: pts
10.0 pts
Distinguished: At least 3 well-developed paragraphs but not longer than 2 pages
0.0 pts
Nonperformance: Not at least 3 paragraphs or more than 2 pages.
pts
10.0 pts
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Total Points: 100.0 out of 100.0