NYSASCD Journal

Fall 2019 Impact

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32 EDU 442 B ORDER C ROSSING A SSIGNMENT Criteria (1) Unacceptable/ Insufficient (2) Emergent/Needs Improvement (3) Basic Proficiency (4) Outstanding Score Description of the research The project points are not addressed (e.g. who was observed, what activity/activities were observed, how the project was conducted (e.g. how many times, how was access negotiated, issues of disclosure). The context for the research is not described. The project is vague: who was observed, what activity/activities were observed, how the project was conducted (e.g. how many times, how was access negotiated, issues of disclosure) – these points are unclear. The context for the research is described with little detail. The project is described in general: who was observed, what activity/activities were observed, how the project was conducted (e.g. how many times, how was access negotiated, issues of disclosure). The context for the research is adequately described. The project is described in detail: who was observed, what activity/activities were observed, how the project was conducted (e.g. how many times, how was access negotiated, issues of disclosure). The context for the research is richly described. Reflection The reflection does not demonstrate that the candidate understands her/his biases under investigation. Connections to course readings and class discussion are not made and the theoretical orientation is not described. The candidate has not been able to articulate the consequences of bias/prejudice against the group observed for their work in the field. Discussion about the candidate's positionalit y does not demonstrate the candidate's understanding of the consequence of privilege or lack thereof on equity and social justice. The reflection demonstrates that the candidate has a vague understanding of her/his biases under investigation. Connections to course readings and class discussion are unclear and vaguely used to describe the theoretical orientation taken. The candidate has only briefl y mentioned a few of the consequences of bias/prejudice against the group observed for their work in the field. Discussion about the candidate's positionality somewhat demonstrates the candidate's understanding of the consequence of privilege or lack thereof on equity and social justice. The reflection adequately demonstrates the candidate's examination of her/his biases under investigation. Connections to course readings and class discussion are mostly integrated and used to describe the theoretical orientation taken. The candidate has articulated some of the consequences of bias/prejudice against the group observed for their work in the field. Discussion about the candidate's po sitionality demonstrates the candidate's understanding of the consequence of privilege or lack thereof on equity and social justice. The reflection clearly demonstrates the candidate's careful examination of her/his biases under investigation. Connections to course readings and class discussion are meaningfully integrated and used to describe the theoretical orientation taken. The candidate has articulated several of the consequences of bias/prejudice against the group observed for their work in the field, including those that support systemic injustice. Discussion about the candidate's positionality clearly demonstrates the candidate's understanding of the consequence of privilege or lack thereof on equity and social justice. EDU 442 B ORDER C ROSSING A SSIGNMENT Criteria (1) Unacceptable/ Insufficient (2) Emergent/Needs Improvement (3) Basic Proficiency (4) Outstanding Score Mechanics, Style, and Presentation There are numerous and consistent errors related to spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and usage that make reading and comprehending the text difficult. Most the information presented that is based on other sources is not referenced or footnoted. Most of the references cited in the essay do not appear in the bibliography, or these citations are incomplete. The title of the essay is vague and/or confusing and it is not doubled-spaced or paginated. Th e length of the essay is inadequate. Some of the essay conforms to standard English academic writing conventions related to spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and usage. Use of APA style as reflected in the citation of bibliographic references and footnotes is inconsistent. The essay has an adequate title and is doubled-spaced and paginated. The length of the essay is minimally appropriate given the complexity of the topic and intended audience, and conforms to the requirements for the assignment. Most the essay conforms to standard English academic writing conventions related to spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and usage. Most the essay uses APA style as reflected in the citation of bibliographic references and footnotes. The essay has an interesting title and is doubled-spaced and paginated. The length of the essay is minimally appropriate given the complexity of the topic and intended audience, and conforms to the requirements for the assignment. The entire essay conforms to standard English academic writing conventions, and it is free from errors related to spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and usage. The essay consistently uses APA style as reflected in the citation of bibliographic references and footnotes. The essay has an engaging title and is doubled-spaced and paginated. The length of the essay is appropriate given the complexity of the topic and intended audience, and conforms to the requirements for the assignment.

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