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Jessica M - 0 views

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      In the hands of students, a good rubric can orient learners to the concept of quality as defined by experts in a field, inform self- and peer assessment, and guide revision and improvement. Rubrics can be informative as well as evaluative.
    • Jessica M
      During self-assessment, students reflect on the quality of their work, judge the degree to which it reflects explicitly stated goals or criteria, and revise. Self-assessment is formative-students assess works in progress to find ways to improve their performance.
alexandra m. pickett

Online Discussion Rubric - 0 views

    • alexandra m. pickett
      FREE does not mean that you can represent it as your own work. When you use or adapt someone else's work you need to (make sure you have permission to do that) and give attribution.

Scoring rubric development: validity and reliability. Moskal, Barbara M. & Jon A. Leydens - 0 views

    Creating effective rubrics - how and why.
Heather Kurto

Analysis of a Rubric for Assessing Depth of Classroom Reflections - 0 views

  • Retention and transfer of learned material are important—although too often merely implicit—goals of classes at the university level. Factors that enhance retention and transfer of learning are now key areas of research, and one frequently recommended method of enhancing these goals is to incorporate reflection into classroom practices (Saito & Miwa, 2007
  • Boyle, Duffy, and Dunleavy (2003) demonstrated that deep learners are characterized by being intrinsically motivated, able to relate new materials to previously learned information, and able to critically evaluate information; deep learning is also positively related to grade point average (GPA) and average exam scores
  • Finally, reflection has been linked
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  • incorporating reflections into the classroom is an important opportunity to increase depth of learning in the classroom. This study adds to this growing body of literature by presenting a new method for collecting and assessing reflections to make this incorporation more feasible
  • to deeper thinking (Short & Rinehart, 1993
  • Retention and transfer of learning are two variables related to knowledge, and their relationship to reflections should be studied explicitly rather than inferred from correlates (e.g., the relationship between reflection depth and GPA)
Lauren D

Engagement_Rubric.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 1 views

    Engagement Rubric for Instructors to go over during their course development
diane hamilton

Span001_DiscussionCriteria.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 0 views

    sample rubrics for discussion
Joan McCabe

A Review of Rubric Use in Higher Education - 0 views

    Describes affects of rubrics on students learning outcomes and student/teachers attitudes. Both were reported to favor the use of rubrics. Rubrics were shown to need validity of wording and of the rater. Two studies suggested that using rubrics was associated with improved academic performance and one was not.
Catherine Strattner

Critical Thinking Testing and Assessment - 0 views

  • Rubrics for assessing student reasoning abilities. A useful tool in assessing the extent to which students are reasoning well through course content.  
  • Critical Thinking Grid.doc
    This is a great source for utilizing critical thinking in designing instruction as well as assessing students' critical thinking skills.
Diane Gusa

Making Assessment Personally Relevant | blog of proximal development - 0 views

  • I want my students to realize that learning is not about making your work conform to some standard imposed by the teacher. Learning is about creating your own standards and adjusting them based on your goals. Learning is about setting your own goals and monitoring your own progress. It is about having conversations with yourself and others.
  • needed to help them visualize their progress, their level of engagement, and their sense of ownership and not simply ask them to rate their own work using the traditional percentage or letter scale. Most importantly, I wanted them to see that an entry that contains lots of facts and links to many valuable resources is not necessarily as valuable as one that shows personal engagement with ideas, one where the readers can hear a unique, personal voice.
  • student self-assessment and personal progress charts is a work in progress.
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  • They understand that collecting information and putting it on their blog is not a challenging task. They understand that an entry that paraphrases information found online is not as interesting and valuable as one that shows the author in the process of analyzing and reflecting on his or her research. Finally, they can see and understand how much effort is needed to produce an entry that makes a personal statement, that constitutes a valuable and unique contribution to the studied field. In other words, they now understand that in order to produce something uniquely their own, they first need to have a solid grasp of all the facts and spend some time reflecting on them and their own thoughts about their research.
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