Two assignments

Think back over your childhood. What informal, (outside of school), literacy and math experiences did you have while growing up? Based on what you’ve learned, how do you think those experiences contributed to your academic progress after you started school? Which concepts and/or strategies, from the lesson, did you use in school? Which strategy you could use now? How?

Criteria/ 200 Level Forum Rubric

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Possible Points

Student Points

Initial post

Analyzed the question(s), fact(s), issue(s), etc. and provided well-reasoned and substantive answers.

20

Supported ideas and responses using appropriate examples and references from the lesson material. Texts, professional and/or academic websites, and other references may also be used. (All references must be from professional and/or academic sources. Websites such as Wikipedia, about.com, and others such as these are NOT acceptable.)

20

Post meets the 250 word minimum requirement and is free from spelling/grammar errors

10

Timeliness: initial post meets the Wed deadline

10

Replies

Participated in the discussion by replying to a minimum of 2 classmates, asking a question, providing a statement of clarification, providing a point of view with rationale, challenging a point of discussion, or making a relationship between one or more points of the discussion. Each reply post is unique and original in nature, meets the required minimum word count of 150 words, and is completed by Sunday night.

Reply #1

20

Reply #2

20

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Getting parents involved in school is always a challenge. In elementary schools there is far more involvement than in middle and it drops off again in high school. Sadly, there are often more teachers in the cheering stands for some sports or activities than parents. Why do educators want parents involved? What does the research say? Share a favorite parent involvement activity. Should we pay teachers to attend these activities or just expect them to work for free?

Criteria/ 300 Level Forum Rubric

Possible Points

Student Points

Initial post

Analyzed the question(s), fact(s), issue(s), etc. and provided well-reasoned and substantive answers.

20

Supported ideas and responses using appropriate examples and references from texts, professional and/or academic websites, and other references. (All references must be from professional and/or academic sources. Websites such as Wikipedia, about.com, and others such as these are NOT acceptable.)

20

Post meets the 300 word minimum requirement and is free from spelling/grammar errors

10

Timeliness: initial post meets the Wed deadline

10

Replies

Participated in the discussion by replying to a minimum of 2 classmates, asking a question, providing a statement of clarification, providing a point of view with rationale, challenging a point of discussion, or making a relationship between one or more points of the discussion. Each reply post is unique and original in nature and meets the required minimum word count of 150 words

Reply #1

20

Reply #2

20

100