Wednesday - Sync Point Discussion One - IMC


Room Assignments
  • All Study Groups will meet in the IMC for their Sync Point Discussion.
  • Each Study Group will hold their own discussion in different parts of the IMC.
  • After the conclusion of the Sync Point Discussion, teachers will be given the opportunity to access computers to post their question reflections, completing Unit 1. The following is the procedure for doing so.


Doing Your Post for the Syncpoint Discussion

1. Log into your Embedded Learning account.
2. Click Courses.
3. Click View.
4. Scroll Down and click the Discussion Link.
5. Scroll down and locate the link for the Unit 1 Sync Point Discussion.
6. Read the question and click Reply. If you click Subscribe you will get a notification email everytime anyone replies to the this discussion. The up side of this is that you will see some examples of answers in this.

The Following Rubric Will Be Used to Evaluate the Discussions Posted by Study Group Members


Performance Levels
Advanced
Proficient
Emerging
Novice
Frequency of Postings
Responds to the initial posting by facilitator and posts multiple replies to other group members’ postings
Responds to the topic posted by facilitator and posts 1 reply to other group members’ postings
Responds to the topic posted by facilitator or posts multiple replies to other group members’ postings
No postings
Timeliness of Postings
Response to initial posting and multiple replies to other members’ postings are done within specified time period
Response to initial posting and reply to other member’s postings are done within specified time period
Response to initial posting or reply to other member’s postings are done within specified time period
Postings are not done during specified time periods
Content of Postings
Responses are insightful, demonstrate a strong understanding of course concepts and definite application to practice
Responses demonstrate a clear understanding of course concepts and some application to practice
Responses relate to course concepts, but no elaboration. Evidence of possible misunderstandings
Responses are not related to course concepts or no posting
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