Instructional design/Online Presentations/Assessing an Online Presentation
Use the Rubric to Assess an Online Presentation[edit | edit source]
Instructions[edit | edit source]
You will now take all the information presented, and use it, along with the rubric provided below, to grade a presentation. Once you have determined your score for each section of the rubric, you can check your work against that of an expert. Your scores should come very close to their scores.
Let's take another look at the presentation rubric.
- Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac) on the words [Open Rubric], then choose new tab or window.
- You may print the Rubric, or keep the window open for reference. You can also save the Rubric as a PDF file for future use.
Click the link below to access the presentation to assess.
- Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac) [Open Presentation], then choose new tab or window.
- You may print the Presentation, or keep the window open for reference. You can also save the Rubric as a PDF file for future use.
The Assessment[edit | edit source]
Choose the number which best describes the presentation.
(4=exhibits criteria 1=does not exhibit)
How did you do? Did your assessment match the expert assessment? If needed, you can review concepts by clicking on the "Prev" or "Lessons" buttons. Otherwise, click "Next" to move on to the summary and next steps!