CPRD 104 Creative Project Rubric

Rubric For Final Creative Project

CPRD 100: Contemplative Practice

 

Your project will be evaluated on the basis of 10 categories (10 points possible for each category):  Mindfulness, Attention to Detail in Execution, Relevance to the Course and to Contemplative Practice, Depth and Breadth of Process, Writing Style, Development over Time and Timeliness of Submission, Completeness of Submission, Degree of Polish (Presentation), Effective Communication (Presentation), and Overall General Quality of the Project.

For each category, a score of 1 to 10 ares possible.  Below are the criteria we use to determine each score in each category.

10:   Mature, Distinguished:  Mindfulness and creativity clearly co-arose and are reflected in both the product and the reflection piece; fine attention to detail seems to be the result of depth and breadth of a finely-tuned process; risk-taking evident; revision, where appropriate, is manifest; relationship to Mindfulness, meditation and/or any other of the course-related concepts and practices apparent and thoughtfully expressed;  writing style fluid, eloquent and error-free;  presentation polished and effective;  submission timely and complete.

8-9:  Mature:  Mindfulness and creativity clearly co-arose and are reflected in both the product and the reflection piece; attention to detail seems to be the result of depth and breadth of a process; some creative risk-taking evident; revision, where appropriate, could be undertaken; relationship to Mindfulness, meditation and/or any other of the course-related concepts and practices apparent and expressed;  writing style clear, thoughtful and generally error-free;  presentation effective;  submission generally timely and complete.

6-7:  Evolving: Unclear how mindfulness informed and guided the creative process; some attention to detail and creative risk-taking evident and further development of the project would probably enhance it; revision could enhance the maturity and depth of the project; relationship to the course-related concepts and practices remains  unclear or implicit rather than explicit;  writing style contains errors that distract the reader;  presentation could use more fine-tuning;  submission late or incomplete.

4-5: Incomplete:  Unclear if mindfulness informed and guided the creative process; attention to detail and/ or creative risk-taking unapparent; the project, in general, wants evolution, development and/or completion; relationship to the course-related concepts and practices remains unclear;  writing style contains errors that distract the reader;  presentation wants polish and effectiveness;  submission seriously late or incomplete.

0-3:  Immature:  Project still in the beginning stages of development or not turned in.

 

 

 

 

 

Categories of Evaluation, Scores and Evaluative Comments from Instructor:

  1. MINDFULNESS: ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. ATTENTION TO DETAIL IN EXECUTION: ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. RELEVANCE TO COURSE AND TO CONTEMPLATIVE PRACTICE: ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. DEPTH AND BREADTH OF PROCESS: ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. WRITING STYLE OF PROPOSAL AND REFLECTIVE ESSAY: ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. DEVELOPMENT OF PROJECT OVER TIME AND TIMELINESS OF SUBMISSION: ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. COMPLETENESS OF SUBMISSION: ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. DEGREE OF POLISH (PRESENTATION): ______________/10

Comments:

 

 

  1. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION (PRESENTATION): ______________/10

Comments:

 

  1. OVERALL GENERAL QUALITY OF PROJECT:

Comments:

 

 

SUMMARY COMMENTS:

 

 

 

 

Total Score: _______________/ 100;   Project Grade: _________

 

GRADING SCALE:

            94-100 A         88-89   B+       79-78   C+       68-69   D+       59 or below  F

            93-90   A-        87-83   B          73-77   C         63-67   D

                                    82-80   B-        70-72   C-        60-62   D-