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Game Rubric
Assessing Student Learning in Virtual Simulations and Serious Games

CATEGORY Exemplary Proficient Partially Proficient Unsatisfactory POINTS

Knowledge of the key aspects of the simulation or game.

 

3 points

2 points

1 point

0 points

___/3

Identified more than 5 significant aspects in each of the categories of the game (significant events, key characters, division of labor, resources needed, problems to be solved).

Identified between 5-3 significant aspects in each of the categories of the game.

Identified less than 3 significant aspects in each of the categories of the game.

Could not identify any significant aspects of the game.

Ability to understand and communicate the rules of the game

3 points

2 points

1 point

0 points

___/3

Fully articulated all rules and knows where to verify rules.

Understood the majority of the rules and knows where to find the rules in question.

Understood a few rules and does not know where to find the rules in question.

Did not understand the rules of the game nor where to find the rules of the game.

Ability to construct a variety of question types to help solve game problems

3 points

2 points

1 point

0 points

___/3
Correctly constructed at least 5 knowledgeable questions in several different types. For example, closed or multiple choice, true or false, and analytical or evaluative questions. Correctly constructed between 3-5 knowledgeable questions in several different types. Correctly constructed less than three knowledgeable questions that are the same type. Unable to construct knowledgeable questions.
Ability to locate and select relevant information from a variety of sources to solve game problems

3 points

2 points

1 point

0 points

___/3
Located and selected a wide range of relevant information from a variety of sources that will help solve game problems. Located and selected relevant information from a few sources that will help solve game problems. Located a limited amount of information. Some were not relevant to the game. Unable to locate relevant information.
Use of creative thinking strategies in the game-making or problem solving challenge

3 points

2 points

1 point

0 points

___/3
Used a large number of original ideas and strategies to solve the game challenge. Used several original ideas and strategies to solve the game challenge. Rarely used original ideas to solve the game challenges. Did not use any original ideas to solve the game challenges.

Ability to act on constructive feedback

3 points

2 points

1 point

0 points

___/3
Readily adapted changes when new and relevant ideas and new information  was presented. Made changes with some encouragement. Hesitated to make changes when new and relevant ideas and information are presented. Did not consider new and relevant ideas and information.

Group/partner teamwork

3 points

2 points

1 point

0 points

___/3

All team members contributed equally to the activity’s objective.

Assisted group/partner in the activity’s objective.

Finished individual task, but did not assist group/partner during the activity.

Contributed little to the group effort during the activity.

TOTAL POINTS

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