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TeachersFirst - Rubrics to the Rescue: Involving Students in Creating Rubrics - 0 views

  • have a better understanding of the standards, gradations, and expectations of the assignment
  • sharing a rubric and reviewing it step-by-step to ensure that they understand the standards, gradations, and expectations
  • with the purpose and layout of a rubric, ask them to assist you in designing a rubric for the next class assignment.
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  • tudents feel more empowered and their learning becomes more focused and self-directed.

Rubrics as Effective Learning and Assessment Tools Laura Baker - 1 views

  • measurable criteria that can be counted or marked as present or not present in the work that is being evaluated. 
  • This allows the rubric to be used as an ongoing dialog between the teacher and student and allows the student to know when each criterion has been met and then make improvements as needed. (Lockett, 2001)
  • Although allowing student involvement in creating rubrics is time consuming, by allowing students a voice in creating their own rubric, the students have more ownership over their own learning and evaluation.
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  • will be easier for the students to understand due to the fact that the students are the ones supplying the language for the criteria
  • when there is a wide range of variation between quality work and work that is not yet proficient.
  • writing assignments, use of scientific inquiry, problem solving, performance based learning, and presentations
  • that teachers scoring the same set of papers using the same rubric have a correlation value beyond 0.80
  • Students should be given rubrics at the beginning of an assignment because rubrics not only are valuable to teachers because they help in more consistent grading, but are helpful to students as well. 
  • Holistic rubrics are quicker to use than analytical rubrics because holistic rubrics don’t break down the task.
  • better diagnostic information and provide students more feedback about how to make his or her work better
  • Analytical rubrics, on the other hand, break down the final project into parts
  • empowered to take more responsibility for their own learning.

Fostering Creativity | Rubrics 3: Creativity - 0 views

    Fostering Creativity | Rubrics 3: Creativity

Fostering Creativity | Rubrics 1: Creativity - 0 views

    Fostering Creativity | Rubrics 1: Creativity

Fostering Creativity | Rubrics 2: The Process - 0 views

    Fostering Creativity | Rubrics 2: The Process

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

    Creating effective rubrics - how and why.
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