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 +~~NOTOC~~
 +===== Workshop In-Class Rubric =====
  
 +The introductory workshops in DATA Lab are intended to set students up
 +for success during the semester and for PHY 252 DATA Lab. As such, this
 +rubric is intended to value the work they may do, the way they interact
 +in their groups, and how engaged they are in group or class discussions.
 +This may take the form of:
 +  * Engaging with lab materials
 +  * Actively participating in group discussions
 +  * Presenting ideas to their group
 +  * Critiquing the ideas other group members bring forth
 +  * Communicating confusion or lack of understanding they encounter with their group/​tutors
 +
 +This is a non-­exhaustive list. As long as they are actively
 +participating in the work being asked of them and are productively
 +communicating with their group and the class, the work should be valued.
 +For a more detailed list of what you will be graded on, see next page.
 +
 +The notebooks will be collected at the end of each workshop day for
 +tutors to provide feedback on the student'​s documentation habits as well
 +as to assess the in­ class assignment they are asked to turn in each
 +day.
 +
 +==== General Grading Scale ====
 +
 +4.0 (96-100%) - Perfect, I can't think of anything they could have done better\\ ​
 +3.75 (91-95%) - They were vital to their group'​s success but they could improve on some things\\ ​
 +3.5 (87-90%) - They worked well with their group but there are definitely places where they can improve\\ ​
 +3.25 (83-86%) - Sort of average, not outstanding but solid effort\\ ​
 +3.0 (78-82%) - Weak participation,​ still worked with group but needs a lot of improvement\\ ​
 +2.5 (68-74%) - Did not contribute in anyway to group'​s progress\\ ​
 +2.0 (65-67%) - Negatively impacted work of group and progress on experiment\\ ​
 +0.0 (0%) - Did not show up to class
 +
 +==== Learning Goals ====
 +
 +=== Group Function ===
 +  * Communication:​ Contribute to and remain involved in group discussions.
 +  * Collaboration:​ Come prepared and work well with your group.
 +  * Discussion: Work together to understand the result.
 +    * Communication
 +      * Engaged in group discussions
 +      * Asking/​answering questions
 +      * Discussing plan with group
 +      * Explaining equipment to each other
 +    * Collaboration
 +      * Come prepared
 +      * Actively participate in group work
 +      * Make sure everyone is on the same page
 +        * Don't move on too quickly
 +      * Try to come to consensus
 +      * Ask for and give input
 +      * Attempt to get everyone involved
 +      * Don't dominate the discussion
 +    * Discussion
 +      * Work together to understand results
 +      * Discuss implications of different experimental results or observations
 +      * Contribute helpful ideas in data analysis
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