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PROPOSAL II
BUS 772
Online Studies Student Syllabus
© Belhaven University | June 8, 2021
Course Description
This course will focus on a broad search of scholarly literature in support of selecting the topic of
study toward the development of the student’s doctoral dissertation. The course expands on work
begun in Proposal I. The outcome of this course is to provide strong foundational academic
literature for use in the dissertation proposal.
Student Competencies
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Conduct a refined search of scholarly literature.
Identify defendable evidence from prior literature in finalizing the topic of study for the
doctoral dissertation.
Develop a core reference list of core literature to be used in the research proposal.
Complete additional sections of the dissertation proposal.
Differentiate acceptable academic literature for use in the doctoral dissertation.
Comprehend biblical principles for conducting ethical research.
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Assessment Criteria
Assignment
Points
Written Assignments (7 @ varying points each)
Discussion Questions (11 @ 20 points each)
550
220
Final Paper
Total
230
1000
Grading Scale:
930+
A
900-929
A870-899
B+
830-869
B
800-829
B770-799
C+
730-769
C
700-729
C670-699
D+
630-669
D
600-629
D0-599
F
93-100%
90-92%
87-89%
83-86%
80-82%
77-79%
73-76%
70-72%
67-69%
63-66%
60-62%
0-59%
Resource Inventory
No specific textbook is required
The Holy Bible
Research Articles: Locate articles by accessing the Belhaven Library Online
http://belhaven.libguides.com/az.php
Additional Resources:
American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological
Association (7th ed.). American Psychological Association.
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Expectations of Online Studies Students
Attendance
Attendance will be recorded online by Monday of each unit for the preceding unit. Students are
to be marked as present if they interact with the course through submitting a paper, posting to a
discussion forum, or taking a quiz. If the student performs any of these elements then he or she is
marked present for that week. If not, the student is marked absent. Viewing a lecture does not
constitute attendance for a student.
Due Dates
A unit is considered to be Monday- Saturday. You are encouraged to “Observe the Sabbath day
and keep it holy” (Exodus 20:8). Good time management is essential to career and academic
success. Early submissions of assignments and discussion responses are encouraged.
Assignments submitted late will be subject to a 30% reduction for each day they are late up to
two days and will not be accepted late after two days. Due dates are posted to the assignments.
Communication
Communicate questions directly to the professor, except in cases where you need to contact
technical support. Your Belhaven University email address will be utilized for the class, so check
it frequently.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Belhaven University offers students disability accommodation in accordance with the guidelines
of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The student must make his or her disability known to the
Office of Student Care, must provide current documentation of the disability from an appropriate
licensed professional, and complete the Belhaven ADA Request Form for accommodation. The
student must provide such a request to the Office of Student Care at least two weeks prior to the
beginning of each semester for which the accommodation is requested. Approved
accommodations will be communicated to the student and made within a reasonable time period
after completion of the official request. Apply under the Quick Links on the Student
Life/Services tab.
Required Formatting
The required formatting for your papers, assignments, projects, discussions, or anything else that
may be research based is the latest Publication Manual of the American Psychological
Association (APA). APA information can be located by clicking on Resources and then
Academic Help on the Canvas course page.
Responsible Research
Responsible research is a critical component of education, and any individual conducting
research must learn how to investigate, read, understand, systematize, interpret, and finally
explain complex ideas and issues in writing. An individual conducting research must also
understand that ideas found in literature, media presentations, interviews or any other form of
media do not belong to the researcher and therefore must be given credit through proper
documentation. It is required that every person conducting research provides proper credit
through correct use of documentation not only to prevent plagiarism, but also to demonstrate
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respect to the originator of the idea. To ensure that all papers possess originality, faculty
members will use Turnitin. Any paper exceeding 20% of non-original material or noticeable
undocumented information will be subject to a discount in points at the discretion of the faculty.
Originality
Unit writing and papers will be evaluated for originality using Turnitin. Belhaven University
encourages a high degree of originality in writing. Quoted material should seldom be used and
must be limited to phrases that cannot be paraphrased or summarized without losing their
effectiveness. Students are required to cite and reference all sources of information and images
using APA style. APA information can be located by clicking on Resources and then Academic
Help on the Canvas course page. Non-originality exceeding 20% on papers will be subject to
discount at the professor’s discretion and students may be referred to a writing lab for assistance
with originality.
Specific Practices to Avoid
• Do not attempt to get a research paper from the Internet (or anywhere else) and submit as
your paper. This is dishonest and unethical.
• Do not copy from any book, article, or encyclopedia and submit this for your paper. This
is not acceptable research.
• Include references (including source and page numbers) which document every source
upon which you have in any way relied for each paragraph of your paper. If sources are
not properly referenced, the student has cheated the sources out of deserved credit and
cheated readers out of valuable information.
• Do not use material from any other student’s paper or work unless you give that student
full credit in reference notes.
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Summary of Assignments
Writing Assignments
Writing assignments must be APA compliant and include a title page, appropriate citations, and
references. The professor will post Unit Assignments on the first day of each unit. Assignments
are due no later than 11:59 p.m. (CT) on Saturday. Earlier submissions are encouraged.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The DBA Dissertation Template is located under the DBA Resource
Files, which can be found in the YuJa link on the Canvas course page under Shared
Folders>DBA Resources.
Discussion Questions
Threaded Discussion Format:
Submit an initial post(s) responding to the prompt before 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday. Initial posts
should be within a range of 75-150 words. Post your reflections on at least two other posts
before 11:59 p.m. on Saturday of that same week. You will not be able to see others’ postings
until you have posted something of your own. The Threaded Discussion Format is designed to be
a dialogue demonstrating critical thinking and professional interaction.
Essay Discussion Format:
Submit an initial post(s) responding to the prompt before 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday. An initial
discussion question response is considered to be a 250-300-word answer. Responses to
classmate’s discussion questions, when indicated, are due no later than Saturday at 11:59 p.m.
each week. Essay Discussions demonstrate a grasp of knowledge or concepts.
Unit Quizzes
No quizzes
Final Paper
The final paper covers the topics discussed and presented in the course. This assignment is due in
Unit 7.
Prepare the Final Paper using the following guidelines:
• 3,500 – 4,000 words
• APA-compliant formatting, including title and reference pages
• Minimum of eight scholarly references
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Welcome Message
In this course, you will be expanding on the sections that are in Chapter 1 of the dissertation. The
first Proposal course, Proposal 1, focused on selecting a topic for your dissertation research and
writing a preliminary Problem Statement, a part of Chapter 1. In this course, we extend the
research supporting your study. The effort in each week of this course is to find supportive
literature (prior research) and develop sections of the first chapter. The outcome of the course is
to have a more complete introduction and research focus in the first chapter.
NOTE: Each week, you will be reporting on new research you have found that supports your
dissertation study and can be used in Chapter 1. Be aware that you are being asked for
substantive prior literature. It is likely you will look through a number of articles and other
literature (dissertations, etc.) that you will find of no value for your research. Other searched
literature may not be supportive enough for defending your reasoning for conducting your
dissertation effort. The goal is to find the most relevant prior research from the literature as the
core for doing your study. Also, note that you need to add the weekly findings to the
appropriate sections of Chapter 1. If you have trouble determining how to do that, please
reach out to the faculty professor for help immediately. You may go beyond the five (5) articles
that are required each week.
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UNIT ONE: Introduction
Topics
• Review of Chapter 1 requirements
• Develop the Research Question for the study.
• Research and present additional support for your study.
Unit Activities
• Review the course module.
• Explore the online Library and Academic Help pages.
• Complete unit quiz (First-week checklist quiz).
• Respond to discussion questions.
• Submit writing assignment(s).
Reading Assignments
• N/A
Discussion Questions: Post your initial responses to the discussion forum by Wednesday 11:59
p.m. and respond to the discussion of others (2 replies) by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Discussion Question 1 (20 points)
o Prompt: Restate your Problem Statement in its current form. You prepared a
Problem Statement in Proposal 1. Has the Problem Statement changed as you
have continued to research your topic? Do you feel the Problem Statement needs
more work?
o Requirement: Threaded format – Your initial post should be 75-150 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
• Discussion Question 2 (20 points)
o Prompt: Consider your research on your topic to date. Write an Omnibus
(overarching) Research Question that clearly states what you are going to attempt
to answer in your study. In addition, articulate any sub-questions that you hope to
answer in the research, as well.
o Requirement: Essay format – Your initial post should be 250-300 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
Writing Assignments: Submit by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Assignment (50 points)
o Prompt: Each week, you will be asked to provide five new articles or
dissertations that support your study. Remember, articles must be scholarly. From
here on out, no general, non-academic articles are allowed. The articles must
come from academic journals (Tier 1 or 2 level) or dissertations. Conference
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papers, when from a scholarly association or conference, are also allowed.
Textbooks are not generally acceptable. Each week, you will be using the
provided Proposal 2 PowerPoint template to submit your assignment. The
template will request that article information, how the article will support your
study, and where you intend to use the citation of the article in Chapter 1. You
will need to review the Dissertation Template, Chapter 1 as a reminder of the
sections you are required to cover. You will be using these articles in preparing
your final paper for this course.
o Requirements: Use the PowerPoint template or a format of your own to report the
research findings of your searches this week. Report five (5) articles or doctoral
dissertations you found this week. If using your own format, make sure to address
all the questions in the predefined PowerPoint template. Also, be thinking about
how any of your search findings can be used in the Literature Review (Chapter 2).
Reminder: The final project for this course will be a draft of Chapter 1 of the Proposal using
the Dissertation Template.
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UNIT TWO: Continuance of Research for Chapter 1 – Biblical
Perspective of Conducting Research
Topics
• Continue to search for supportive research.
• Present additional research for use in Chapter 1.
• Biblical perspective of conducting research
Unit Activities
• Respond to discussion questions.
• Submit writing assignment(s).
Reading Assignments
• N/A
Discussion Questions: Post your initial responses to the discussion forum by Wednesday 11:59
p.m. and respond to the discussion of others by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Discussion Question 1 (20 points)
o Prompt: Provide an update on your search into supportive research for use with
your topic. Your response to the initial question should be lengthy enough that
your fellow students in the class know what you added for your chapter. In
replying to two other student posts in the class, provide any suggestions for
articles you may have reviewed during your search.
o Requirement: Threaded format – Your initial post should be 75-150 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
• Discussion Question 2 (20 points)
o Prompt: Read Proverbs 19:2 and Proverbs 14:15. Discuss, from a worldview, why
we conduct research. Where do we find wisdom?
o Requirement: Essay format – Your initial post should be 250-300 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
Writing Assignments: Submit by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Assignment (50 points)
o Prompt: Each week, you will be asked to provide five new articles or dissertations
that support your study. Remember, articles must be scholarly. From here on out,
no general, non-academic articles are allowed. The articles must come from
academic journals (Tier 1 or 2 level) or dissertations. Conference papers, when
from a scholarly association or conference, are also allowed. Textbooks are not
generally acceptable. Each week, you will be using the provided Proposal 2
PowerPoint template to submit your assignment. The template will request that
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article information, how the article will support your study, and where you intend
to use the citation of the article in Chapter 1. You will need to review the
Dissertation Template, Chapter 1 as a reminder of the sections you are required to
cover. You will be using these articles in preparing your final paper for this
course.
o Requirements: Use the PowerPoint template or a format of your own to report the
research findings of your searches this week. Report five (5) articles or doctoral
dissertations you found this week. If using your own format, make sure to address
all the questions in the predefined PowerPoint template. Also, be thinking about
how any of your search findings can be used in the Literature Review (Chapter 2).
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UNIT THREE: Research Continuation and Addition of Prior Literature
to other Sections of Chapter 1
Topics
• Continue to search for supportive research.
• Present additional research for use in Chapter 1.
• Describe where you will use some of your articles in sections of the chapter.
• Development of sections of Chapter 1 using research you have found
Unit Activities
• View lectures.
• Respond to discussion questions.
• Submit writing assignment(s).
Reading Assignments
• N/A
Discussion Questions: Post your initial responses to the discussion forum by Wednesday 11:59
p.m. and respond to the discussion of others by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Discussion Question 1 (20 points)
o Prompt: Provide a short summary of the progress you are making in finding
literature that supports your study and where these would be used in Chapter 1.
o Requirement: Threaded format – Your initial post should be 75-150 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
• Discussion Question 2 (20 points)
o Prompt: Write a brief short paper explaining how you plan to incorporate the
literature you are finding for the weekly written assignment. What criteria are you
using to determine where an article is used in Chapters 1 and 2? Should you use
all the literature you find in both chapters and why?
o Requirement: Essay format – Your initial post should be 250-300 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
Writing Assignments: Submit by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Assignment (50 points)
o Prompt: Each week, you will be asked to provide five new articles or dissertations
that support your study. Remember, articles must be scholarly. The articles must
come from academic journals (Tier 1 or 2 level) or dissertations. Conference
papers, when from a scholarly association or conference, are also allowed.
Textbooks are not generally acceptable. Use the provided Proposal 2 PowerPoint
template (or a format of your own) to submit your assignment. The template will
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request that article information, how the article will support your study, and where
you intend to use the citation of the article in Chapter 1. You will need to review
the Dissertation Template, Chapter 1 as a reminder of the sections you are
required to cover. You will be using these articles in preparing your final paper
for this course.
o Requirements: Use the PowerPoint template or a format of your own to report the
research findings of your searches this week. Report five (5) articles or doctoral
dissertations you found this week. If using your own format, make sure to address
all the questions in the predefined PowerPoint template. Also, be thinking about
how any of your search findings can be used in the Literature Review (Chapter 2).
Reminder: You should be taking the literature you are finding and adding to the appropriate
sections of Chapter 1 in anticipation of completing the final project (Chapter 1) for this course.
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UNIT FOUR: Research Continuation – Ethical Perspective in
Conducting Research
Topics
• Continue to search for supportive research.
• Present additional research for use in Chapter 1.
• Describe where you will use some of your articles in sections of the chapter.
• Development of sections of Chapter 1 using research you have found
• Biblical perspective of conducting ethical research
Unit Activities
• Respond to discussion questions.
• Submit writing assignment(s).
Reading Assignments
• N/A
Discussion Questions: Post your initial responses to the discussion forum by Wednesday 11:59
p.m. and respond to the discussion of others by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Discussion Question 1 (20 points)
o Prompt: Post a short discussion of your findings from the literature through this
module. How much literature as supportive evidence for conducting your study do
you think is adequate?
o Requirement: Threaded format – Your initial post should be 75-150 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
• Discussion Question 2 (20 points)
o Prompt: Read 2 Corinthians 8:21. Consider the admonition that we be honorable
in all we do. From the biblical reading and your worldview, discuss how you will
maintain an ethical approach to your research efforts.
o Requirement: Essay format – Your initial post should be 250-300 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
Writing Assignments: Submit by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Assignment (50 points)
o Prompt: Each week, you will be asked to provide five new articles or dissertations
that support your study. Remember, articles must be scholarly. The articles must
come from academic journals (Tier 1 or 2 level) or dissertations. Conference
papers, when from a scholarly association or conference, are also allowed.
Textbooks are not generally acceptable. Use the provided Proposal 2 PowerPoint
template (or a format of your own) to submit your assignment. The template will
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request that article information, how the article will support your study, and where
you intend to use the citation of the article in Chapter 1. You will need to review
the Dissertation Template, Chapter 1 as a reminder of the sections you are
required to cover. You will be using these articles in preparing your final paper
for this course.
o Requirements: Use the PowerPoint template or a format of your own to report the
research findings of your searches this week. Report five (5) articles or doctoral
dissertations you found this week. If using your own format, make sure to address
all the questions in the predefined PowerPoint template. Also, be thinking about
how any of your search findings can be used in the Literature Review (Chapter 2).
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UNIT FIVE: Research Continuation
Topics
• Continue to search for supportive research.
• Present additional research for use in Chapter 1.
• Describe where you will use some of your articles in sections of the chapter.
Unit Activities
• Respond to discussion questions.
• Submit writing assignment(s).
Reading Assignments
• N/A
Discussion Questions: Post your initial responses to the discussion forum by Wednesday 11:59
p.m. and respond to the discussion of others by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Discussion Question 1 (20 points)
o Prompt: Provide a short update on your progress. How much more literature do
you believe is necessary to complete (or nearly complete) Chapter 1?
o Requirements: Threaded format – Your initial post should be 75-150 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
Writing Assignments: Submit by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Assignment (50 points)
o Prompt: Each week, you will be asked to provide five new articles or dissertations
that support your study. Remember, articles must be scholarly. The articles must
come from academic journals (Tier 1 or 2 level) or dissertations. Conference
papers, when from a scholarly association or conference, are also allowed.
Textbooks are not generally acceptable. Use the provided Proposal 2 PowerPoint
template (or a format of your own) to submit your assignment. The template will
request that article information, how the article will support your study, and where
you intend to use the citation of the article in Chapter 1. You will need to review
the Dissertation Template, Chapter 1 as a reminder of the sections you are
required to cover. You will be using these articles in preparing your final paper
for this course.
o Requirements: Use the PowerPoint template or a format of your own to report the
research findings of your searches this week. Report five (5) articles or doctoral
dissertations you found this week. If using your own format, make sure to address
all the questions in the predefined PowerPoint template. Also, be thinking about
how any of your search findings can be used in the Literature Review (Chapter 2).
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Reminder: The draft of the final project, in its current state, is due in Week 6.
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UNIT SIX: Research Continuation & Draft Chapter 1
Topics
• Continue to search for supportive research.
• Present additional research for use in Chapter 1.
• Describe where you will use some of your articles in sections of the chapter.
• Development of sections of Chapter 1 using research you have found
Unit Activities
• Respond to discussion questions.
• Submit writing assignment(s).
Reading Assignments
• N/A
Discussion Questions: Post your initial responses to the discussion forum by Wednesday 11:59
p.m. and respond to the discussion of others by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Discussion Question 1 (20 points)
o Prompt: Provide a short update of Chapter 1. What additional sections do you
believe need further support from the literature?
o Requirements: Essay format – Your initial post should be 250-300 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
Writing Assignments: Submit by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Assignment 1 (50 points)
o Prompt: Each week, you will be asked to provide five new articles or dissertations
that support your study. Remember, articles must be scholarly. The articles must
come from academic journals (Tier 1 or 2 level) or dissertations. Conference
papers, when from a scholarly association or conference, are also allowed.
Textbooks are not generally acceptable. Use the provided Proposal 2 PowerPoint
template (or a format of your own) to submit your assignment. The template will
request that article information, how the article will support your study, and where
you intend to use the citation of the article in Chapter 1. You will need to review
the Dissertation Template, Chapter 1 as a reminder of the sections you are
required to cover. You will be using these articles in preparing your final paper
for this course.
o Requirements: Use the PowerPoint template or a format of your own to report the
research findings of your searches this week. Report five (5) articles or doctoral
dissertations you found this week. If using your own format, make sure to address
all the questions in the predefined PowerPoint template. Also, be thinking about
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how any of your search findings can be used in the Literature Review (Chapter 2).
Assignment 2 (250 points)
o Prompt: As you have been conducting your weekly research, you should have
been adding the findings from those articles to sections of your Chapter 1. Submit
a draft of the completed Chapter 1 using the Belhaven University DBA
Dissertation Template.
o Requirements: Submit the draft of the completed Chapter 1 using the Belhaven
University DBA Dissertation Template.
Reminder: Finalized Chapter 1 due next week.
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UNIT SEVEN: Research Continuation & Submission of Chapter 1
Topics
• Continue to search for supportive research.
• Present additional research for use in Chapter 1.
• Describe where you will use some of your articles in sections of the chapter.
• Development of sections of Chapter 1 using research you have found
Unit Activities
• Respond to discussion questions.
• Submit final paper.
Reading Assignments
• N/A
Discussion Questions: Post your initial responses to the discussion forum by Wednesday 11:59
p.m. and respond to the discussion of others by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Discussion Question 1 (20 points)
o Prompt: Provide a short course reflection.
o Requirements: Essay format – Your initial post should be 250-300 words. Each
reply should be 100 words.
Final Chapter 1 Update Paper: Submit by Saturday 11:59 p.m.
• Assignment (230 points)
o Prompt: Throughout this course, you have been adding researched articles
(literature) to your first chapter of the dissertation. In this week, you will submit
the completed work. The submission should be using the dissertation template.
The submission should include as many sections complete as possible. Using the
Dissertation Template, make sure you are correctly formatting references in the
Reference section of the template. Feedback from the faculty professor can be
used moving forward in the development of additional chapters of the dissertation
in upcoming proposal courses.
o Requirements: Submit the completed Chapter 1 using the Belhaven University
DBA Dissertation Template.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The DBA Dissertation Template is located under the DBA
Resource Files, which can be found in the YuJa link on the Canvas course page under
Shared Folders>DBA Resources.
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APPENDIX A
Essay Discussion Rubric
Total Points
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Discussion Rubric
Excellent – a contribution that demonstrated sound critical thinking skills in
analyzing, evaluating, and or applying substance of the weekly content and
was submitted on time.
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Very Good – a contribution that fell slightly short of the excellent guidelines
and may have either been submitted late or left a few points unaddressed from
the discussion criteria.
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Good – a contribution that fell short of the excellent guidelines and may have
either been submitted late or left a few points unaddressed from the discussion
criteria.
8
Needing Improvement – a contribution that needed additional development in
using sound critical thinking skills in analyzing, evaluating, and or applying
substance of the weekly content.
4
Unsatisfactory – a contribution that did not reflect the use of sound critical
thinking skills in analyzing, evaluating, and or applying substance of the
weekly content.
0
Did not submit posts by close of the weekly forum.
Note to student:
Please use this rubric to support your response and follow-up replies in the discussion forums.
It is necessary also to understand the substance of the discussion question and your responses
should reflect applying the learning content up to and including the week of the discussion
forum. Personal experience, workplace examples, and scriptural support are always
encouraged to support your response. However, it is important to avoid any proprietary
information from the workplace.
If your score is lower than expected, use the rubric as a guide to evaluate your responses for
improvement efforts. If unsure as to what steps to take try:
1. Reading the discussion question thoroughly and repeatedly before replying
2. Including additional depth in your responses
3. Tightening your focus; be more concise
4. Working on the application of content to your workplace or area of ministry, making
sure your response is compatible with a sound Christian Worldview
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Threaded Discussion Rubric
Outstanding 100%
Average 75%
Poor 50%
Quality of Post
60%
Response goes
beyond simply
answering the
prompt; attempts
to stimulate
further thought &
discussion
Response does
not accurately
address the
prompt;
rambling and/or
without
consistency
Engagement
with others
40%
Shows concerted
and honest effort
to engage with
others and
responds to ideas
in a way that
advances the
discussion
Response
provides most of
the content
required by the
prompt, but does
not require
further analysis
of the subject
Mostly
summarizes what
others have said
without adding to
the discussion.
Offers little
interaction with
other posts or
provides nonsubstantive
responses.
No Response
0%
No response
provided to the
prompt within
the associated
timeframe.
Does not
engage with
others
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APPENDIX B
Rubric for Evaluation of Unit Assignments and Papers
Criterion
0.0 – 0.33
Below Average
0.34 – 0.67
Average
0.68 – 1.00
Above Average
Communication
Originality
Critical Thinking
Integration
Christian Worldview
Communication evaluates the proper attention to format, grammar, punctuation,
and the student’s ability to develop thought in an organized structure that exhibits
advance level work.
Originality evaluates the attention to proper citing and referencing of source
materials and the student’s ability to summarize, paraphrase, and effectively quote
the work of others, while developing original ideas and thoughts from researched
material.
Critical thinking evaluates the exhibited understanding of the process for reasoning
and the elements of thought as illustrated in the student’s written work.
Integration evaluates the appropriate inclusion of thoughts, ideas, and information
from assigned reading in context with the topic, question, or task.
Christian worldview evaluates the appropriateness of referenced Scripture to the
topic, question, or task.
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