Genetics, Genomics, and Genethics

Rubric

 
  Exceeds expectations Meets expectations Does not meet expectations Score
Points earned

3

2

1 or 0

 
Share thoughts on the pre-institute core resources. Submits four or more thoughtful  postings. Submits two or three thoughtful postings. Submits zero to one thoughtful postings.  
Identify a variety of social, ethical, and legal  issues associated with genetics and genomics. Identifies three or more issues. Identifies two issues. Identifies one issue.  
Identify and describe the scientific principles involved in ethical issues. Identifies and describes three or more scientific principles. Identifies and describes two scientific principles. Identifies and describes one scientific principle.  
Clearly show connection to curricular standards Shows three or more connections to curricular standards.  Shows two to three connections to curricular standards. Shows zero to one connection to curricular standards.  

Develop an authentic experiment or research activity involving the institute lab series that can be used with students.

Experiment or activity adheres to the scientific method and involves four or more core institute activities. Experiment adheres to the scientific method and involves two or three core institute activities. Experiment does not adhere to the scientific method and involves zero to one core institute activities.  
Incorporate molecular genetics and genomics into the experiment or research activity that addresses fundamental issues in biology like cells, energetics, evolution, ecology, biodiversity. The experiment or activity strongly integrates genetics and genomics with two or more fundamental issues in biology. The experiment or activity integrates genetics and genomics with one fundamental issue in biology. The experiment or activity does not integrate genetics and genomics with a fundamental issue in biology.  
Incorporate a compelling hook, case, or scenario into the experiment or research activity that addresses relevant ethical, legal, and/or social issues. The hook grabs attention right away and is clearly related to real-life issues.

The hook is interesting and applies to real life issues.

The hook does not stimulate interest and does not apply to real life.  


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Created for the Fermilab LInC program sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Friends of Fermilab, and funded by United States Department of Energy, Illinois State Board of Education, North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium which is operated by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), and the National Science Foundation.

Author(s): Deborah Engel-DiMauro (engel@woodrow.org)
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Created: February 15, 2001 - Updated: April 18, 2001
URL: http://www-ed.fnal.gov/lincon/w01/projects/genethics/rubric.html