Combined Case Study Scoring Guide

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Combined Case Study Scoring Guide

Combined Case Study Scoring Guide

Criteria Non-performance Basic Proficient Distinguished
Case Overview: Create a scenario (based on one’s psychology specialization) that presents a cultural conflict and ethical dilemma. Does not create a scenario (based on the one’s psychology specialization) that presents a cultural conflict and ethical dilemma. Creates a poorly developed scenario (based on one’s psychology specialization) that presents a cultural conflict and ethical dilemma. Creates an adequately developed scenario (based on one’s psychology specialization) that presents a cultural conflict and ethical dilemma. Creates a concise and succinct scenario (based on one’s psychology specialization) that presents a cultural conflict and ethical dilemma.
Cultural Difference: Analyze how cultural differences could contribute to a conflict. Does not analyze points of cultural difference and/or vaguely analyzes how those differences could contribute to a conflict. No scholarly support is offered. Analyzes some points of cultural difference (less than three) and/or minimally analyzes how those differences could contribute to a conflict. No scholarly support is offered. Analyzes at least three points of cultural difference and adequately analyzes how those differences could contribute to a conflict. However, scholarly support could have been stronger. Analyzes at least three points of cultural difference and comprehensively analyzes how those differences could contribute to a conflict. Strong scholarly support is offered.
Biases: Describe one’s past or present biases toward others of different cultures. Does not describe past or present biases toward others of different cultures or strategies for improving one’s cultural competency related to bias. Self-awareness through honesty, depth, variety, detail, and/or nuance is not present. Minimally describes at least one past or present bias toward others of different cultures and/or strategies for improving one’s cultural competency related to bias is not discussed. Self-awareness through honesty, depth, variety, detail, and/or nuance is lacking. Adequately describes at least two past or present biases toward others of different cultures and strategies (one per bias) for improving one’s cultural competency related to these biases. Self-awareness is evident through honesty, depth, variety, detail, and/or nuance. Comprehensively describes at least two past or present biases toward others of different cultures and strategies (one per bias) for improving one’s cultural competency related to these biases. Self-awareness is evident through honesty, depth, variety, detail, and/or nuance.
Ethical Concerns: Apply ethical standards to ethical concerns pertaining to the case scenario. Does not apply ethical concerns with the case study and apply ethical standards to the concerns. Applies at least two ethical concerns with the case scenario and minimally applies ethical standards to the concerns. Applies at least three ethical concerns with the case scenario and adequately applies ethical standards to the concerns. Applies at least three ethical concerns with the case scenario and comprehensively applies ethical standards to the concerns.
Ethical Theories: Analyze ethical theories and justify application of one theory in an attempt to resolve the ethical dilemma in the case scenario. Does not analyze ethical theories. Minimally analyzes two ethical theories. Adequately analyzes two ethical theories and justifies why a particular ethical theory is most appropriate in resolving the ethical dilemma in the case scenario. Comprehensively analyzes contrasts two ethical theories and justifies why a particular ethical theory is most appropriate in resolving the ethical dilemma in the case scenario.
Ethical Decision Making: Apply steps in an ethical decision-making model to an ethical dilemma in the case scenario. Does not apply steps in an ethical decision-making model to the ethical dilemma in the case scenario. Lists ethical decision-making steps but only minimally applies the steps to the ethical dilemma in the case scenario. Adequately applies ethical decision-making steps to the ethical dilemma in the case scenario. Comprehensively applies ethical decision-making steps to the ethical dilemma in the case scenario.
Best Practices: Analyze how best practices cited in scholarly research articles could help a cultural conflict. Does not analyze how best practices cited in scholarly research articles could help the cultural conflict(s). Marginally analyzes how best practices cited in scholarly research articles could help the cultural conflict(s). Adequately analyzes how best practices cited in scholarly research articles could help the cultural conflict(s). Comprehensively analyzes how best practices cited in scholarly research articles could help the cultural conflict(s) and evaluates how effective they may be.
Solution: Design a viable solution for an ethical problem. Does not design a viable solution for the ethical dilemma in the case study. Designs a viable solution for the ethical dilemma that demonstrates a minimal understanding of the ethical concerns that are presented in the case study. Designs a viable solution for the ethical dilemma that demonstrates an adequate understanding of the ethical concerns that are presented in the case study. Designs a viable solution for the ethical dilemma that demonstrates a thorough understanding of the ethical concerns that are presented in the case study and justifies that solution.
Communication: Write clearly, with correct spelling, grammar, syntax, and good organization, following APA style standards. Does not write clearly, and there are gross errors in spelling, grammar, syntax, and organization, and there is no effort to comply with APA style standards. Writes with inconsistency (there were moments of clarity and organization, and moments of confusion or disorganization in writing) and with gross errors in spelling, grammar, or syntax and APA style. Writes clearly with adequate clarity and organization, although ideas could have been clearer or more organized, and some errors (3–6) in spelling, grammar, or syntax and some APA style errors. Writes concisely with excellent clarity and organization and minimal errors (less than 2) in spelling, grammar, or syntax and minimal APA style errors.

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