Online Rubric

Digital Storytelling : Digital Storytelling for Student Leaders

CATEGORY

Superior
(180-200pts)

Excellent
(140-180pts)

Good
(80-140pts)

Fair
(0-80pts)

Preparation 25%

The digital story shows a large amount of original thought. Ideas are creative and inventive. Large amount of peer feedback was utilized in response to the storyboard preparation activity.

(45-50 pts)

The digital story shows some original thought. It includes new ideas and insights. Some peer feedback was utilized in response to the storyboard preparation activity.

(35-45 pts)

The digital story shows some thought. It includes some evidence of original thought. Little peer feedback was utilized in response to the storyboard preparation activity.

(20-35 pts)

The digital story uses ideas from others and may or may not give credit. Little evidence of original thought. No peer feedback was utilized in response to the storyboard preparation activity.

(0-20 pts)

Mechanics 25%

– If the story includes various medias, these components significantly improve the story for the viewer

– If the story has narration, it is clear and easy to understand. The tone and pace of the narration adds to the viewer’s enjoyment.

(45-50 pts)

– If the story includes various medias, each of these add some value to the story for the viewer

– If the story has narration, it is clear and easy to understand. The tone and pace of the narration mostly adds to the viewer’s enjoyment but is some times misplaced.

(35-45 pts)

– If the story includes various medias, each of these may not significantly improve the story for the viewer and should be edited or cut.

– If the story has narration, it is clear and easy to understand. The tone and pace of the narration is flat and needs to be re-worked.

(20-35 pts)

– If the story includes various medias, many of these do not significantly improve the story for the viewer and should be edited or cut.

– If the story has narration, it is not clear and easy to understand. The narration should be rerecorded and attention to the tone and cadence of the narration should be considered.

(0-20 pts)

Purpose 25%

After watching the story, he viewer understands the reason the story was created after watching it.

(45-50 pts)

After watching the story, the viewer basically understands the reason the story but cannot connect it to their own story.

(35-45 pts)

After watching the story, the viewer may not understand the purpose of the story.

(20-35 pts)

After watching the story, the purpose of the story is not clear to the viewer. The story needs to be re-created with a specific purpose in mind.

(0-20 pts)

Personal Development 25%

– Knowledge is uncertain, knowing contains some ambiguity Understands that lessons learned will be different for everyone.

(45-50 pts)

– Knowledge is certain or temporarily uncertain, comes from authorities, personal opinions serve as justification with uncertainty. Lesson is in the process of being learned.

(35-45 pts)

– Knowledge is certain, but not immediately accessible, obtained through senses or authority figures. Lesson learned was due to authority figures.

(20-35 pts)

– The peer mentor’s reflection showcases knowledge that is absolute. No changes or lesson learned.

(0-20 pts)

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Adapted from Kathy Schrock’s Digital Storytelling Rubric (K-12). (kathy@kathyschrock.net) 9/8/14 & 5/10/15. Permission to use in classrooms granted. Based on the work of Dr. Bernard Robin : http://bit.ly/1bIquzI Thanks to Stacey Gerwitz, Ballston Spa Library and Laurie Sydow, LMS, Potsdam Central School District for some great additions to the rubric!

Komives, S., et al. (2006). A Leadership Identity Development Model: Applications from a Grounded Theory. Project MUSE. JULY/AUGUST 2006 ◆ VOL 47 NO 4. P. 401-418.

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