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Examine and analyze the following checklist developed by an interagency task force for choosing an organizational structure. From this list, select the criteria that you find to be the best in terms of their relevance and the way they are able to keep administrative agencies accountable to the public for results and transparency.

Evaluate and explain which ones you think are most often in conflict with each other.

  • Public acceptance
  • Adaptability
  • Professional competence
  • Participation, representativeness, and diversity
  • Effective databases
  • Cost and timeliness
  • Promotion of private efficiency
  • Accountability to the president
  • Accountability to Congress
  • Compatibility with state regulation

Comment on the examples provided by your classmates. Explain in detail your reasons along with your rationale as to why you agree or disagree with them 

 

Grading Criteria

 

Objectives

Unacceptable

Emerging (F through D Range)

Satisfactory (C Range)

Above Average (B Range)

Exemplary (A Range)

Actual

Possible

 

 0 Points

1 to 27 Points

28 to 31 Points

32 to 35 Points

36 to 40 Points

 

40

Quality of Initial Posting

No initial posting to evaluate.

The information provided is inaccurate, not focused on the assignment’s topic, and/or does not answer the question(s) fully. Response demonstrates incomplete understanding of the topic and/or inadequate preparation.

The information provided is accurate, giving a basic understanding of the topic(s) covered. A basic understanding is when you are able to describe the terms and concepts covered. Despite this basic understanding, initial posting may not include complete development of all aspects of the assignment.

The information provided is accurate, displaying a good understanding of the topic(s) covered. A good understanding is when you are able to explain the terms and topics covered. Initial posting demonstrates sincere reflection and addresses most aspects of the assignment, although all concepts may not be fully developed.

The information provided is accurate, providing an in-depth, well thought-out understanding of the topic(s) covered. An in-depth understanding provides an analysis of the information, synthesizing what is learned from the course/assigned readings.  

Participation in Discussion

0 Points

1 to 13 Points

14 to 15 Points

16 to 17 Points

18 to 20 Points

 

20

No responses to other classmates in this discussion forum.

May include one or more of the following:      *Comments to only one other student's post. *Comments are not substantive, such as just one line or saying, “Good job,” or “I agree.” *Comments are off topic. 

Comments to two or more classmates’ initial posts but only on one day of the week. Comments are substantive, meaning you reflect and expand on what the other students wrote.

Comments to two or more classmates’ initial posts on more than one day. Comments are substantive, meaning they reflect and expand on what the other students wrote.

Comments to two or more classmates’ initial posts and to the instructor's comment (if applicable) on more than two days. Responses demonstrate an analysis of peers’ comments, building on previous posts. Comments extend and deepen meaningful conversation and may include a follow-up question.

Writing Mechanics (Spelling, Grammar, APA) and information literacy

0 Points

1 to 13 Points

14 to 15 Points

16 to 17 Points

18 to 20 Points

 

20

No postings for which to evaluate language and grammar.

Numerous issues in any of the following: grammar, mechanics, spelling, use of slang, and incomplete or missing APA citations and references. If required for the assignment, did not use course, text, and/or outside readings (where relevant) to support work.

Some spelling, grammatical, and/or structural errors. Some errors in APA formatting (citations and references).  If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for initial post but not comments to other students. Sources include course/text readings but outside sources (when relevant) include non-academic/authoritative, such as Wikis and .com resources.

Minor errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in the initial posting. Minor errors in APA formatting (citations and references). If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial post and some of the comments to other students. Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov websites, professional organization websites).

Minor to no errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in both the initial post and comments to others. APA formatting is correct. If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial post and the comments to other students.  Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov websites, professional organization websites).

COMMENTS:       Place your substantive comments here including what went well  (needs to continue) as well as areas for improvement to achieve specified learning outcomes.   It is important to individualize feedback and to ensure coaching for improved achievement of learning outcomes in future assignments.  It is acceptable to place comments directly within the rubric in the specific criteria area where additional coaching comments need to take place.

Total

0

80

Late Deduction (if applicable)

0

 

Total Points

0

80

 

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