Outcome i

The ability to understand professional, ethical and social responsibilities.

 

1

Unsatisfactory

2

Developing

3

Satisfactory

4

Exemplary

Total

Issue Identification

Student does not identify an issue.

Student begins to frame the issue, although key details are glossed over.

Student frames the issue with consideration given to key details.

Student clearly frames the professional challenge and embedded issues.

 

Issue Resolution

Student does not present a resolution to an issue.

Student discusses issue without a clear formulation of a plan to resolve the issue.

Student discusses one or more, clearly defined, approaches to resolve the issue

Student develops appropriate, concrete approach to resolve the issue with consideration given to all affected parties.

 

Ethical Consideration

Student does not identify ethical considerations

Student shows some recognition of relevant ethical considerations, but doesn’t adequately address them in proposed approaches to resolve the issue.

Student clearly identifies relevant ethical considerations and addresses their relation to the issue resolution.

Student clearly identifies relevant ethical considerations and addresses them in the proposed approach to resolve the issue with consideration given to a professional engineering society’s code of ethics.

 

Stakeholder Consideration

Student does not identify the implications of their issue resolution.

Student does not consider potential stakeholder positions on the issue, focusing only on their own perspectives or that of the client.

Student considers the perspectives of one or more stakeholders, but do not discuss how they might communicate with these parties.

Student thoughtfully considers the perspectives of diverse stakeholders. Students discuss how they might communicate with stakeholders in a well thought out manner.

 

 

 

 

 

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