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Martin's WebQuest Rubric
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WebQuest Evaluation Rubric 

This rubric is based on the models created by Dr. Bernie Dodge and Tom March and was tailored to assess WebQuests created in Filamentality.

 

Beginning

Developing

Accomplished

Score

Introduction (The introduction should engage, orient, and motivate the learner.)

Motivation

0 points

Introduction is purely factual, with no appeal to relevance or social importance. Little attempt is made to appeal to learners.

1 point

Introduction relates somewhat to the learner's interests and/or describes a compelling question or problem.

2 points

Introduction draws the reader into the lesson by relating to the learner's interests or goals and/or engagingly describing a compelling question or problem.


Quest/Task/Question (The task is the end result of student efforts... not the steps involved in getting there.)

Higher-level thinking

0 points

Task requires simply comprehending web pages and answering questions, not higher level thinking.

OR

The task or quest is unclear.

1 points

Task is clear and requires analysis of information and/or putting together information from several sources.

2 points

Task clearly requires synthesis of multiple sources of information, taking a position, and going beyond the data to make a generalization or creative product. Task requires higher level thinking.


Process (The process is the step-by-step description of how students will accomplish the task.)

Clarity of Process

0 points

Process is not clearly stated. Learners would not know exactly what they were supposed to do just from reading this.

1 point

Some directions are given, but there is missing information. Learners might be confused.

2 points

Every step is clearly stated. Most learners would know exactly where they were in the process and what to do next.


Roles/richness of process

0 points

Too few steps.

OR

No separate roles assigned.

1 points

Some separate tasks or roles assigned. More complex activities are needed.

OR

Roles are unclear or artificial.

2 points

Lots of variety in the activities performed. Different roles and perspectives are taken. Authentic roles match the issues and resources.


Resources (This is an assessment of all resources linked to the page, regardless of where they are placed.)

Background for everyone

0 points

Resources provide little or no common background.

1 point

Some effort is made to build a common background.

2 points

Resources effectively provide a common foundation of knowledge.

 

Quantity of resources

0 points

Few online resources used.

(Less than 5 links.)

1 point

Moderate number of online resources used.

(5-10 links.)

2 points

Many online resources provided.

(10 or more links.)


Quality of resources

0 points

Links are mundane or not relevant. They are not particularly engaging or informative.

1 points

Links are engaging and rich in information and/or opinion. The resources are authoritative.

2 points

Links are very engaging, informative, and authoritative. They make excellent use of the Web's diversity and timeliness.


Evaluation/Real World Feedback (This should describe the method of assessment.)

Clarity of evaluation

0 points

Learners have no idea on how they'll be judged.

1 point

Criteria for success are at least partially described.

2 points

Criteria for success is clearly stated, perhaps in the form of a rubric.

OR

Provide a realistic means of obtaining real world feedback.


Conclusion (The conclusion should suggest how the learner will summarize, synthesize, generalize, or bring closure to the WebQuest.)

Closure and generalization

0 points

Minimal conclusion. No tie in with the Introduction.

1 point

Sums up the learners' experiences. Makes some reference to the ideas expressed in the Introduction.

2 points

Clear closure and tie in with the Introduction. Suggests how learning could be synthesized and generalized to other areas.

 
Stock Language (This refers to default ideas or wording supplied by Filamentality, i.e., "Picture this: you and a team of learners are presented with the task of describing an elephant...")

Use of stock language

0 points

Relies heavily on standard or stock language.

1 points

There are a few stock phrases, but most of the language is original.

2 points

No stock language or ideas are employed. The writing is completely original.


Total Score

Created by Dr. Bill Martin on 8-28-99.  Updated 10-30-99 with the help of students from ED554 Modern Educational Practices.

Grades are based on a 20-point scale: A=18-20; B=16-17, C=15; F=Less than 15 points.