Solved: IT 315 Case Diagram Discussion Guidelines and Rubric


Programming is often described as both an art and a science. Given that even the simplest programming task can yield many possibly solutions, one
of the most powerful ways of learning the art of programming is to see other programmers’ solutions. These discussions offer you the opportunity to explain your process, reflect on the experience, ask questions for clarification, and gain insight from your classmates’ responses and instructor’s guidance.


Your initial post should include an embedded case diagram, an explanation of your process, and a reflection of what was learned in the activity. If you
are unable to successfully complete the assignment by the initial deadline, you should post what you have achieved and an explanation of the process you have gone through to try and solve any problems you are encountering. This is an opportunity to reach out to your course community.

You can resubmitted a corrected version in order to meet proficient criteria. If you make any changes to your assignment, Reply to your own initial post with any updates.
Requirements for Case Diagram Discussion Board Assignments (Modules Two, Three, Five, and Seven)
Students are required to post one initial post and to follow up with at least two response posts for each discussion board assignment.

For your initial post (1), you must do the following:

  • Complete the activity (e.g., case diagram, explanation, etc.)
  • In Modules Two, Three, Five, and Seven, complete the initial post by
  • Thursday at 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.
  • Embed the appropriate case diagram.
  • Explain the steps you took to complete the activity.
  • Reflect on your experience and what you learned.

For your response posts (2), you must do the following:

  • Comment on the posts of at least two different classmates outside of
  • your own initial post thread.
  • In Modules Two, Three, Five, and Seven, complete the two response
  • posts by Sunday 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.
  • Demonstrate more depth and thought than simply stating something like “Well done,” or “I took a different approach.”

Instructor Feedback:

This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more information, review these instructions