Strategic Management DQ 3 Discussion Rubric: Capstone (Undergraduate) Your active participation in the discussion forums is important to your overall

Strategic Management DQ 3 Discussion Rubric: Capstone (Undergraduate)

Your active participation in the discussion forums is important to your overall success this term. Discussion questions are designed as structured opportunities to
help you engage, problem-solve, and reflect with your peers as related to the course’s final project. In the capstone experience, you are encouraged to take
initiative and use the discussion boards for collaborative problem-solving and navigating the demands of the final project while soliciting and giving feedback to
your peers.

These discussions offer you the opportunity to express your own thoughts, ask questions for clarification, and gain insight from your classmates’ responses and
instructor’s guidance.

While a designated number of response posts are not required, it is still important that you engage with your peers to help replicate the type of peer
collaboration and problem-solving often necessary to succeed in a professional environment.

Requirements for Discussion Board Assignments

For your initial post (1), you must do the following:

 In Module One, complete the initial post by Thursday at 11:59 p.m.
Eastern Time.

 In Modules Two through Eight, complete the initial post by Thursday at
11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.

 Take into consideration your previous coursework content and other
discussions when appropriate.

 Reference scholarly or peer-reviewed sources to support your discussion
points, as appropriate (using proper citation methods for your discipline).

When responding to peers, you must do the following:

 In Module One, complete response posts by Sunday at 11:59 p.m.
Eastern Time.

 In Modules Two through Eight, complete response posts by Sunday at
11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.

 Demonstrate more depth and thought than simply stating “I agree” or
“You are wrong.” Guidance is provided for you in each discussion
prompt.

Rubric

Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Not Proficient (0%) Value

Professional
Applications

Demonstrates solutions-oriented approaches to
peer and personal problem-solving, drawing on
resources relative to the field as needed

Does not demonstrate solutions-oriented
approaches to peer and personal problem-
solving, drawing on resources relative to the
field as needed

30

Organization Posts are purposefully crafted and organized
around a clear point of view, question, or idea
using rich and significant detail

Posts are not purposefully crafted and organized
around a clear point of view, question, or idea
using rich and significant detail

30

Metacognition Demonstrates self-awareness and draws
connections between self, learning, and
personal and professional development relative
to the field of study

Does not demonstrate self-awareness or draw
connections between self, learning, and
personal and professional development relative
to the field of study

30

Timeliness Submits post on time Does not submit post on time 5

Writing Mechanics Posts are easily understood, clear, and concise
using proper citation methods where applicable
with minimal errors in citations

Posts are not understandable due to significant
errors and do not use proper citation methods
where applicable

5

Total 100%

Discussion Rubric: Capstone (Undergraduate)
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