Journals are private, and between you and the instructor only. Approach these activities as (a) an opportunity to reflect upon and apply what you learn each
week based on the assigned readings, discussions, and activities, and (b) an opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise based on your educational and
professional experiences in the past. As a successful professional, you will need good reflective and writing skills. Journal activities offer you the opportunity to
further develop these skills. The journal assignments in this course are graded separately.
Guidelines for Submission: Submit assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.
Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (90%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Critical Thinking
and Reflection
Journal supports claims with
particularly relevant examples
of personal experience,
previous learning, or logical
thought process
Journal supports claims with a
relevant examples of personal
experience, previous learning, or
logical thought process
Journal supports claims with
a relevant personal
experience, previous
learning, or logical thought
process
Journal does not support claims
with reflection on relevant
personal examples
25
Integration and
Application
Journal shows excellent depth
of knowledge of the module
content and exhibits careful
consideration of the topic
Journal shows good depth of
knowledge of the module content
and demonstrates that the
student has read the module
content
Journal shows limited depth
of knowledge, indicating the
student may have reviewed
the module content but
needs to explore further
Journal does not address the
prompt and reflects that the
student has not read the module
content
25
Voice Journals is written in a style
that is appealing and
appropriate for the intended
audience and a consistent voice
is evident throughout
Journal is written in a style that is
generally appropriate for the
intended audience and an
attempt is made to use a
consistent voice
Journal is written in a style
that considers the audience,
but the author’s voice is not
consistent and difficult to
identify
Journal does not attempt to use a
style that considers audience and
there is no evidence of author
voice
25
Writing Journal is free of errors in
organization and grammar
Journal contains limited errors of
organization and grammar which
rarely interrupt the flow
Journal contains errors of
organization and grammar
but are limited enough so
that journal can be
understood
Journal contains major errors of
organization and grammar making
the blog difficult to understand
25
Earned Total 100%
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Journal Guidelines and Rubric
Journals are private, and between you and the instructor only. Approach these activities as (a) an opportunity to reflect upon and apply what you learn each
week based on the assigned readings, discussions, and activities, and (b) an opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise based on your educational and
professional experiences in the past. As a successful professional, you will need good reflective and writing skills. Journal activities offer you the opportunity to
further develop these skills. The journal assignments in this course are graded separately.
Guidelines for Submission: Submit assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.
Critical Elements
Critical Thinking
and Reflection
Integration and
Application
Voice
Writing
Exemplary (100%)
Journal supports claims with
particularly relevant examples
of personal experience,
previous learning, or logical
thought process
Journal shows excellent depth
of knowledge of the module
content and exhibits careful
consideration of the topic
Journals is written in a style
that is appealing and
appropriate for the intended
audience and a consistent voice
is evident throughout
Journal is free of errors in
organization and grammar
Proficient (90%)
Journal supports claims with a
relevant examples of personal
experience, previous learning, or
logical thought process
Journal shows good depth of
knowledge of the module content
and demonstrates that the
student has read the module
content
Journal is written in a style that is
generally appropriate for the
intended audience and an
attempt is made to use a
consistent voice
Journal contains limited errors of
organization and grammar which
rarely interrupt the flow
Needs Improvement (70%)
Journal supports claims with
a relevant personal
experience, previous
learning, or logical thought
process
Journal shows limited depth
of knowledge, indicating the
student may have reviewed
the module content but
needs to explore further
Journal is written in a style
that considers the audience,
but the author’s voice is not
consistent and difficult to
identify
Not Evident (0%)
Journal does not support claims
with reflection on relevant
personal examples
Value
25
Journal does not address the
prompt and reflects that the
student has not read the module
content
25
Journal does not attempt to use a
style that considers audience and
there is no evidence of author
voice
25
Journal contains errors of
organization and grammar
but are limited enough so
that journal can be
understood
Journal contains major errors of
organization and grammar making
the blog difficult to understand
25
Earned Total
100%

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