new business-discussion

new business-discussion

Here’s your Discussion Board for Week #1 – please review the rubric, and have fun with this topic!

Rosemary

http://www.futureofeducation.com/profiles/blogs/why-should-students-have-business-cards-in-the-college

https://www.internqueen.com/blog/2011/08/how-to-make-savvy-student-business-cards

Read the above article first, then discuss whether or not you think students should have business cards (before they get out into that world). I know many of you are non-traditional students and may already be working full-time, but I’d like your “take” on this topic, anyway.

Discussion Board Rubric:  Starting in Week 1, by each Weds. morning you’ll see a new business-discussion topic posted. This activity will be required each week, and the content will vary. You should do at least three posts per week—one original and two responses to others–worth a total 10 pts. (for 100 pts. overall), with your posts due by the following Tues. at 11:59 p.m. There are 10 Discussion Boards required.

Instructions:

a. Reflect on the discussion-board prompt. It is related to the course learning and the connections you are making. How will you apply this focus? What stands out for you? What questions do you have? What is new for you?

b. One-word expressions or short phrases that simply agree or disagree with another student are too minimal. 

RUBRIC/Points

10    The author explores several aspects of the material and makes connections. The writing includes specific examples, reflective thinking, and insights about the topics. The writer should create one post (or more) and respond to at least two others over the course of the week with constructive feedback and/or a connection, link or illustration. Do not just say, “You’re right” or “I agree”–make your comments count; they should be insightful.

8 The writing is adequately developed and includes one to two examples. The writer acknowledges and responds to at least two ideas posted by others.

6  The writer only summarizes the reading, includes one example, and responds to one other writer.

            4  The writing is not related to the reading or the prompt.

 2 The writing is haphazard and unfocused.

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