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2-3 Module Two Short Responses

SCS 200 Module Short Responses Guidelines and Rubric

Overview: All of your readings and many of your activities in this course will take place in MindEdge. As you work through each module in MindEdge, you’ll be
prompted to respond to questions related to what you’re reading about. These short response activities give you the chance to show your understanding of
what you’re learning about in each module. At the end of each week, you’ll download your responses out of MindEdge and submit them in Brightspace to be
graded.

Directions: At the end of each module in MindEdge, all of the questions you’ve been asked throughout the module—and your responses—will be pulled
together onto a single page. When you reach that page, you should review and edit your responses, making sure you’ve completely answered all the questions
being asked. Then, at the bottom of the page, there will be a link to download your responses into a single Word document:

Download this document and save it to your computer. Then, go to the corresponding module in Brightspace, and submit the document to the assignment called
Module [#] Short Response Submission.

Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Your response to each question should be about 2 to 3 sentences in length, unless the question specifically asks for a response in a
format other than a complete sentence (such as a list of keywords or links).

Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Engagement and
Relevance

Responses directly and completely answer
the module questions, showing an
understanding of the module concepts and
terminology

Responses answer the module questions,
but they are incomplete or don’t
consistently show an understanding of the
module concepts and terminology

Responses don’t answer the module
questions

60

Critical Thinking Responses include original ideas and
examples that expand on course content

Responses inconsistently include ideas and
examples that expand on course content

Responses don’t include original ideas and
examples

30

Articulation of
Response

Responses are clear, easy to understand,
and written in the correct format with no
errors impacting readability

Responses have some errors impacting
clarity or readability, or are not written in
the correct format

Responses to questions are incomplete or
unclear

10

Total 100%