Judging Criteria

                                                 Skills Development

 

Our judging criteria is focused on evaluating the below skills and competencies:


Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: Through design thinking and other methodologies students learn how to gather information required to analyze a situation, generate optimal solutions to a problem and gather feedback.


Team Working Skills: Students are grouped into teams of four and work together in sharing
ideas, delegating tasks and coming together to create a solution to a problem.


MS Office Skills: A standard in the global business landscape we ensure that students use
Microsoft Office’s extensive toolkit to create and transform information in useful ways that
enhance work productivity, and allow for the effective, professional processing and presentation of data.


Presentation Skills: Through story boarding we help students understand how to present to
their teams and on behalf of their teams. With the wider context of presenting to external
stakeholders and the media.

                                                Evaluation Criteria


Each student teams presentation will be scored on a scale of 1 to 5 based on the below
dimensions:


1. Skill demonstrated in conceptualizing and analyzing the case


The extent to which the team:
a. Provides clear problem identification
b. Considers background (legal, educational, political, and contextual)
c. Uses background information
d. Responds to questions, and as one voice


2. Ability to defend a particular position or strategy


The extent to which the team:
a. Demonstrates logic and organization of information in strategy
b. Demonstrates reasonableness of positions relevant to environmental, contextual,
and situational considerations ;and
c. Presents strategies that are appropriate for the environmental, contextual, and
situational considerations
d. Responds to questions, and as one voice


3. Use of pertinent literature and best practices


The extent to which the team:

a. Utilizes current research and best practices on the topic; and
b. Appropriately connects to legal, educational, political, and/ or contextual case issues
c. Responds to questions, and as one voice


4. Overall quality of the presentation


The extent to which the team:

a. Communicates in a clear, concise, and articulate manner

b. Uses PowerPoint as a visual aid to enhance audience understanding and
presentation
c. Reflects innovative and creative thinking
d. Originality in thinking

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