Rubric & Evaluation Form
 
6.0 Rubric and Evaluation Form

To achieve standardization in the implementation of AfL, the Standards of Assessment Committee has produced rubric of the 11methods of assessment and their evaluation forms. However, the criteria, standards and descriptors for each rubric may be amended based on relevance of content and context of the programme. Listed below are descriptions, rubric and evaluation forms for each assessment method.

 

7.1 Article Review
 

The assignment requires students to make a summary and evaluation of an article by submitting reviews critically and analytically based on their understanding of the field.

 
7.2 Book Review
 

The assignment requires students to critically analyse various aspects of a book such as the purpose of writing the book, content analysis, and authoritative publication. In addition, students are also expected to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the book by presenting supporting evidence.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 2a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 2b)

7.3 Literature Review
  The assignment requires students to provide a review on the literature related to their fields of study. The review contains descriptions, summaries, assessments that form the basis of the theory of the study.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 3a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 3b)

7.4 Oral Presentation
  The assignment requires students to explain a topic / concept / issue to an audience either individually or in group by using appropriate methods.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 4a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 4b)

7.5 Concept Map
  The assignment requires students to build structural diagram / hierarchy that demonstrates knowledge of concepts and their relationships to a title and built on deductive approach (general to specific).

 
  Rubric (Appendix 5a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 5b)

7.6 Reflective Journal
  The assignment requires students to document their ideas, the result of thinking and reflection on the learning experiences in a course / program. The assignment encourages students to synthesize learning content and arrange appropriate actions based on the experiences reported for evaluation.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 6a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 6b)

7.7 Portfolio
  The assignment requires students to collect materials (samples of work / material related to learning) systematically. A collection of portfolio includes students’ reflections and evaluation criteria for the quality of their work. Students are required to demonstrate the ability to manage information in relation to their field of study.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 7a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 7b)

7.8 Concept Paper
  The assignment requires students to produce a written report on a particular current issue with deep literature review and supported by arguments / conclusions.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 8a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 8b)

7.9 Research Paper
  The assignment requires students to produce a written report based on the study of a particular topic / issue that is relevant and significant. The documentation has to be made using the correct format of scientific research method.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 9a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 9b)

7.10 Report
 

The assignment requires students to describe a set of actions to analyze the results based on the given situation. The contents must be informative, fact-based, structured, supported by tables and diagrams and students have to make recommendations for further action.

 
  Rubric (Appendix 10a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 10b)

7.11 Inquiry-Based Learning
  The assignments are designed for group-solving which require students to make observations and collect data, formulate predictions based on observations, create and conduct experiments in order to validate conclusion based on higher order thinking process.
 
  • Project Rubric (Appendix 11a)
  • Evaluation Form (Appendix 11b)
  • Self and Peer Assessment Rubric and Evaluation Form(Appendix 11c).
  Project Rubric (Appendix 11a)
  Evaluation Form (Appendix 11b)
  Self and Peer Assessment Rubric and Evaluation Form (Appendix 11c)