CREATING AN EXAMPLE OF STUDENT WORKOverview
Your department head at the University of Sparkwimville has asked that you create an example of student work for the assessment that you shared with them. By showing your students an example of a proficiently executed assignment, they will better understand expectations and be encouraged to complete excellent submissions. With these considerations in mind, you sit down to prepare an example of the assignment submitted for Creating Supply Chain Management Instructional Plans and Assignments.
Prepare an example of student work at the proficient level using the assignment instructions and each rubric criterion that you completed for Creating Supply Chain Management Instructional Plans and Assignments earlier in the course. Be sure to follow all the instructions you created regarding format, page length, and number of citations required.
As each learner will have designed a unique assignment and rubric for Creating Supply Chain Management Instructional Plans and Assignments, your work will be evaluated on the following:
- Create an example of student work that follows all assignment specifications for format, page length 3-5 pages , and required number of citations.
- Create an example of student work for an assessment that would be evaluated at the Proficient level of the related rubric.
CREATING AN EXAMPLE OF STUDENT WORKOverview Your department head at the University of Sparkwimville has asked that you create an example of student work for the assessment that you shared with them. B
Running Head: Assessment and Grading Rubric Assessment and Grading Rubric Name University Dr. BILL WHITE 5-22-2022 Assessment and Grading Rubric Assessment This exercise aims to examine the student in the understanding of supply chains. A vital aspect of this assignment is to evaluate these supply chains critically; identify the major strengths and weaknesses of these supply chains for the MB students. Students must go through the lecture slides repeatedly. They are also needed to utilize the course textbook to learn best practices and basic concepts. Students should go through chapters 3, 4, and 5. Additionally, learners need to watch YouTube videos that touch on the supply chain during their free time to learn more about recent trends associated with supply chain management. YouTube is an excellent website as many videos of varying lengths, from a few minutes to hours of content on the supply chain, are available. Therefore, as a dedicated learner, one should use this free resource to explore trends. The vast knowledge that one can learn from watching videos during their free time is surprising. Moreover,, students can listen to educational podcasts. More specifically, those that touch on supply chain management. The podcasts include supply chain experts, and it would be suitable for a student to hear their perspectives and learn new things. Once a student has gone through these materials, they need to submit a two pages paper (word document) in APA format answering the questions provided below to evaluate their understanding: Rubric Element Value Introduction of the organization. Current market and financial situation. Major competitors, key consumer segments, and primary products or services offered. 10% Overview and description of the current supply chain (s). Identification of intermediaries and supply chain partners. Description of the major features and functioning of the supply chain. 20% Evaluation and assessment of the firm’s supply chain. Discussion of weaknesses or potential problems associated with the supply chain. 30% Recommendations on how the firm’s supply chain could be improved. Include recommendations on supply chain partners; outsourcing; structure and organization of the supply chain; and operation of the supply chains. 30% Quality of the power point presentation including content and clarity of the slides. In- class presentation by the team. 10% Student: last name, First name Criteria 1: Proficient – it could use a few more professional and scholarly literature sources. Criteria 2: Proficient – missing a few professional and scholarly literatures in a few slides. Criteria 3: Distinguished – excellent notes, cohesively written. Criteria 4: Proficient – expand on SCM learning objectives. Criteria 5: Proficient – missing the graph explanation. Criteria 6: Proficient – a few APA format issues holding you back from Distinguished. Criteria 7: Distinguished – perfect audience. References: Designing grading rubrics | Sheridan center | Brown University. (n.d.). Brown University. https://www.brown.edu/sheridan/teaching-learning-resources/teaching-resources/course-design/classroom-assessment/grading-criteria/designing-rubrics