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Name: Nursing Discussion Rubric

Description: This rubric is used by your instructor to assess the quality of your primary discussion response, as well as your responses to your peers. Keep in mind, because your Discussions are Pass/Fail, they will not be reflected in your Weekly Summary/Combined Grade Columns. However, you must successfully complete these discussion posts/replies to meet your course requirements.

Excellent Satisfactory Needs Improvement
Initial Post – Content/Comprehension Post demonstrates depth of understanding of course content; Addresses discussion prompt completely; offers clear point of view and detail Feedback: Post demonstrates adequate depth of understanding, but does not address all of discussion prompt; point of view is somewhat unclear and detail is limited Feedback: Post does not demonstrate depth of understanding of course content; Discussion prompt is minimally addressed; Point of view is unclear and detail is under-developed Feedback:
Initial Post – Timelines Submits initial post by Wednesday deadline Feedback: Submits initial post one to three days late (after Wednesday before Sunday) Feedback: No initial post Feedback:
Initial Post – Spelling/Grammar/Mechanics Post has 0-1 spelling or grammatical errors; Properly cites work in APA format where required Feedback: Post has 2-3 spelling or grammatical errors; Cites work in APA format where required with few errors Feedback: Posts have 3 or more spelling or grammatical errors; Does not cite work where required Feedback:
Peer Responses – Engagement/Classroom Interaction Submits required number of response posts; Responses extend the discussion by making connections, relating to others’ ideas and adding supporting detail Feedback: Submits required number of response posts; Some connections are made with relevant explanation and detail Feedback: Responses are not submitted; Responses are generic, limited, do not extend the discussion or add detail Feedback:
Peer Responses – Timeliness Submits peer response posts by Sunday deadline Feedback: Submits peer response posts late (after Sunday) Feedback: Submits peer response posts late (after Sunday) Feedback:
Peer Responses – Spelling/Grammar/Mechanics Posts have 0-1 spelling or grammatical errors; Properly cites work in APA format where required Feedback: Posts have 2-3 spelling or grammatical errors; Cites work in APA format where required with few errors Feedback: Posts have 3 or more spelling or grammatical errors; Does not cite work where required Feedback:

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Initial Post – Content/Comprehension–

Levels of Achievement: Excellent Post demonstrates depth of understanding of course content; Addresses discussion prompt completely; offers clear point of view and detail Satisfactory Post demonstrates adequate depth of understanding, but does not address all of discussion prompt; point of view is somewhat unclear and detail is limited Needs Improvement Post does not demonstrate depth of understanding of course content; Discussion prompt is minimally addressed; Point of view is unclear and detail is under-developed Feedback:

Initial Post – Timelines–

Levels of Achievement: Excellent Submits initial post by Wednesday deadline Satisfactory Submits initial post one to three days late (after Wednesday before Sunday) Needs Improvement No initial post Feedback:

Initial Post – Spelling/Grammar/Mechanics–

Levels of Achievement: Excellent Post has 0-1 spelling or grammatical errors; Properly cites work in APA format where required Satisfactory Post has 2-3 spelling or grammatical errors; Cites work in APA format where required with few errors Needs Improvement Posts have 3 or more spelling or grammatical errors; Does not cite work where required Feedback:

Peer Responses – Engagement/Classroom Interaction–

Levels of Achievement: Excellent Submits required number of response posts; Responses extend the discussion by making connections, relating to others’ ideas and adding supporting detail Satisfactory Submits required number of response posts; Some connections are made with relevant explanation and detail Needs Improvement Responses are not submitted; Responses are generic, limited, do not extend the discussion or add detail Feedback:

Peer Responses – Timeliness–

Levels of Achievement: Excellent Submits peer response posts by Sunday deadline Satisfactory Submits peer response posts late (after Sunday) Needs Improvement Submits peer response posts late (after Sunday) Feedback:

Peer Responses – Spelling/Grammar/Mechanics–

Levels of Achievement: Excellent Posts have 0-1 spelling or grammatical errors; Properly cites work in APA format where required Satisfactory Posts have 2-3 spelling or grammatical errors; Cites work in APA format where required with few errors Needs Improvement Posts have 3 or more spelling or grammatical errors; Does not cite work where required Feedback:

Name:Nursing Discussion Rubric

Description:This rubric is used by your instructor to assess the quality of your primary discussion response, as well as your responses to your peers. Keep in mind, because your Discussions are Pass/Fail, they will not be reflected in your Weekly Summary/Combined Grade Columns. However, you must successfully complete these discussion posts/replies to meet your course requirements.

 
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