ECEN 1400 - Introduction to Digital and Analog Electronics

Peter Mathys, Spring 2014


Correctness, Completeness, Clarity Grading Rubric

CriterionLevel 5
9-10 points
Level 4
7-8 points
Level 3
5-6 points
Level 2
3-4 points
Level 1
0-2 points
Correctness All computations and measurements are correct and satisfy the specifications given in the lab description. One computation and/or set of measurements is incorrect or does not satisfy the specifications given in the lab description. More than one computation and/or sets of measurements are incorrect or do not satisfy the specifications in the lab description. But understanding of the concepts is still visible. Several errors in the computations and/or measurements. Unclear about given specifications and how to meet them. Most computations and/or lab measurements are wrong or irrelevant. Specifications given in the lab description are ignored and/or not met.
Completeness All prelab problems and all lab experiments are completed. A few minor omissions in the prelab and/or the lab experiments are visible. A whole prelab problem or experiment may be missing or be significantly incomplete. The equivalent of two prelab problems or experiments are missing or significantly incomplete. More than half the prelab problems or experiments are missing or significantly incomplete.
Clarity Computations, experiments, and measurements are clearly described. All graphs are clearly labeled and there are no grammatical errors or typos. Computations, experiments, and measurements are well described. But some details are missing or there are some minor typos and/or grammatical errors. With some effort the computations, experiments, and measurements can be understood. But there are some significant mishaps like an unlabeled graph, sentences that are not understandable or typos and/or grammatical errors that affect clarity. Significant lack of explanation and/or illustration of computations, experiments, and measurements. Inconsistent description and/or substantial number of grammatical errors or typos. Little effort is visible to explain and illustrate computations, experiments, or measurements in a consistent and logical fashion, or may contain an excessive number of typos and/or grammatical errors.

Overall score is sum of scores for Correctness, Completeness and Clarity.