So far, results are not encouraging on the personal electronics campaign. Initial discussions with administrators have been met with extreme resistance, and stern looks of disapproval. After all, what I'm suggesting is in direct opposition to our published policy on such devices. However, my conversations have been purely hypothetical so far, and have not included the unit plan I intend to write that shows exactly how personal electronics will be applied.
I do understand the point that administration is making though- any "bending" of the rules in my classroom makes it difficult for other teachers to enforce the rules in their rooms.
In terms of Rubrics, I have published a rubric for guiding students in their personal reflection of quiz results. So far, the rubric is printed on paper and deals with traditional pencil-and-paper writing prompts, but the rubric is a step in the right direction. I plan to incorporate the rubric into the Moodle page for the course, and to make their quiz logs part of their personal Journals, but I do not currently have enough computer resources to make the transition for my classes.