Both rubrics look very clear and precise to me. If I would be a midwifery student, I would find the set tasks logical and straight forward, with a good balance of approach and overall options for learning, interaction and feedback.
Great stuff. I would like to hear more about why you have chosen these approaches - why will they enhance learning? To do this, check out the marking criteria on the course outline for what you need to expand on with regard to these strategies. Again, literature to support these strategies and strengthen your approach will be good - perhaps something on developing an online community - are you wanting this to be an open or closed learning community? Will it be a learning community or a Community of practice? or both?This resource by Dan Gilbert about using wikis to develop learning communities might be helpful.You also need to think about which of the five dimensions of flexibility these align with, and the rating on the flexibility continuum. Also how they support the diverse needs of your learners etc.I look forward to hearing more.