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For this Assessment, you will answer a series of short answer  questions to demonstrate your understanding of the key tenets of  indigenous practices and beliefs.

Before submitting your Assessment, carefully review the rubric. This  is the same rubric the assessor will use to evaluate your submission,  and it provides detailed criteria describing how to achieve or master  the Competency. Many students find that understanding the requirements  of the Assessment and the rubric criteria help them direct their focus  and use their time most productively.


Important Information on Interpreting the Assessment Rubric (click to expand) 


Achievement vs. Mastery of the Competency

  • Mastery of this Competency means that 80% or more of the rows have  been assessed as Exceeds Expectations and no rows have been assessed as  Does Not Meet Expectations.
  • Achievement of this Competency means that all rows are assessed at  Meets Expectations or above (but lower than the 80% threshold required  for Mastery).

Assessment of Individual Rubric Rows

In order to achieve Meets Expectations for a  particular row of the rubric, you must have adequately completed all  criteria in that row. This means that you have addressed all required  elements to the required level of quantity and/or quality.

In order to achieve Exceeds Expectations for a  particular row of the rubric, you must have adequately completed all  criteria in the row, and in addition, your response must reflect a depth  and breadth of knowledge and expertise. Examples of this include—but  are not limited to—the following:

  • You provide additional, specific, and/or particularly relevant examples to illustrate points made.
  • You seamlessly incorporate your original thoughts and diverse,  credible, and relevant academic sources, when applicable, to express  your viewpoint or develop a persuasive argument.
  • You demonstrate a deeper understanding of the subject that draws  from discipline-specific knowledge and theory and incorporates the  viewpoints of a diverse set of business and management thought leaders.
  • You draw additional connections between multiple, complex topics to support your explanations.
  • You are able to apply your knowledge in unique, creative, and/or innovative ways.
  • You thoroughly break down concepts into simpler parts and use your understanding of business to make connections.
  • Your analysis is insightful and original.
  • You design processes, products, and/or solutions that are creative, high-quality, and innovative.
  • You consider diverse perspectives and relevant social, ethical, and  business-related issues when proposing new ideas or formulating  judgments.


Important Note: As a student taking this Competency, you agree  that you may be required to submit your Assessment for textual  similarity review to for the detection of plagiarism. All  submitted Assessment materials will be included as source documents in  the reference database solely for the purpose of detecting  plagiarism of such materials. Use of the service is subject  to the Usage Policy posted on the site.

Note: Indigenous Religions

Indigenous religions are vast in number and vary greatly in different  regions of the world. Animism, Pantheism, and Shamanism are just three  examples of indigenous religions. These religions place great importance  on ancestors and oral tradition. They look more to leadership within  the religious community to provide guidance, rather than religious texts  like many Western Religions. For this assessment, you will consider  what you have explored in this Competency related to rituals,  connections between the material and spiritual worlds, and the  importance of oral traditions.

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