CREATING AN EXAMPLE OF STUDENT WORKOverview
Your department head at the University of Sparkwimville has asked that you create an example of student work for the assessment that you shared with them. By showing your students an example of a proficiently executed assignment, they will better understand expectations and be encouraged to complete excellent submissions. With these considerations in mind, you sit down to prepare an example of the assignment submitted for Creating Supply Chain Management Instructional Plans and Assignments.
Prepare an example of student work at the proficient level using the assignment instructions and each rubric criterion that you completed for Creating Supply Chain Management Instructional Plans and Assignments earlier in the course. Be sure to follow all the instructions you created regarding format, page length, and number of citations required.
As each learner will have designed a unique assignment and rubric for Creating Supply Chain Management Instructional Plans and Assignments, your work will be evaluated on the following:
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