Rubric: Edpresso competition

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Below Expectations

Content

  • No widgets or widgets are unhelpful
  • Insufficient explanation
  • Lack of organization
  • Reader leaves with more questions than answers
  • Irrelevant information
  • No proper indentation
  • No comments in the code
  • Explanation for the sample code is missing
  • Code has some errors
  • Coding example is irrelevant

Grammar

  • Random commas or none at all
  • Inconsistent punctuation and/or capitalization
  • Confused word order and awkward syntax makes meaning hard to understand

Design

  • Very inconsistent with style/format used
  • Design confuses the content
  • Lots of dense text
  • No tags
  • Not interactive or informative

Meets Expectations

  • Key points are developed
  • Sentences in paragraphs aren’t always connected
  • Widgets are used
  • Paragraphs may lack coherence or cohesion
  • Proper indentation
  • Proper comments
  • No errors in the code
  • Proper explanation for supporting examples
  • Coding examples might not be sufficient enough

Grammar

  • Consistent punctuation and capitalization
  • Content can be understood, but there may be some confusion
  • Text styling (e.g., bold, italics, highlight, etc.) are used correctly (as per Edpresso style guide).

Design

  • Follows only some of the rules in the style guide or is inconsistent.
  • Not interactive, but still very informative
  • Non-relevant tags
  • Dense text is broken up
  • Content benefits from design

Exceeds Expectations

Content

  • Explanation is thorough and the reader is left with no new questions
  • Widgets are used and greatly benefit the content
  • Content is effectively and clearly organized
  • Ideas within paragraphs are related
  • Proper indentation in code
  • Proper comments in code
  • No errors in code
  • Appropriate explanation of code
  • Supporting examples are accurate and interesting.

Grammar

  • Content flows naturally
  • No grammatical errors that confuse understanding
  • Well-placed commas and punctuation

Design

  • Headings and title are in sentence case
  • Relevant tags are used
  • Image and/or code widget (if applicable) are used
  • Dense text chunks are made easy to read by notes or bullet points
  • Follows all style rules from Edpresso style guide (input here)
  • Design adds to the content/makes it easier to understand

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