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MaryLiz Jones

Sample Maker Rubric | Edutopia - 80 views

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    Design and creative thinking rubric - worth your time to review
Sharin Tebo

Could Rubric-Based Grading Be the Assessment of the Future? | MindShift | KQED News - 6 views

  • rubric-based alternative
  • First, they set out to define the essential learning outcomes that faculty, employers and accreditors saw as important.
  • The faculty worked together to write rubrics (called
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  • They went through norming sessions where each person would score a piece of student work using the rubric, and they’d come together to make sure people were assigning a similar grade.
  • formative feedback
  • body of evidence
  • cross-disciplinary
  • authentic work
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    Moving to a rubric-based system in University
amberdewire

Create a New Rubric - 46 views

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    Rubistar
H DeWaard

Creating an Authentic Maker Education Rubric | Edutopia - 105 views

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    To assess maker projects in your class, begin with a three-part rubric to guide students through process, understanding, and product.
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    To assess maker projects in your class, begin with a three-part rubric to guide students through process, understanding, and product.
BalancEd Tech

EPortfolio Rubric (Digital Portfolio Rubric) - 72 views

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    University of Wisconsin - Stout
Heather Reliford

CER Rubric - 69 views

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    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Signup/referral:msreliford
    free CER Rubric
    This is a printable PDF of a 4 point rubric for the CER, or Claim, Evidence, Reasoning activities. CER promotes critical thinking.
Roland Gesthuizen

Oral Presentation Rubric - ReadWriteThink - 1 views

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    "This rubric is designed to be used for any oral presentation. Students are scored in three categories-delivery, content, and audience awareness."
psmiley

20% Time Rubric - 79 views

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    What it says - a rubric for 20% time
Kate Pok

Converting Rubric Scores to Percentages and Grades - 110 views

  • There are a lot of posts on the internet about how to convert rubric scores to a percentage or to a letter grade. Most of them are wrong. The short answer for how to do this is: use your professional judgement when you make up the grading table that goes with the rubric.
Amy Roediger

Class Charts - seating plans and behavior management - 158 views

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    This is a superb classroom management tool where you can track the behaviour of your class and keep them motivated. Simply click on the child and assign them a positive or negative behaviour point. You can also track their reading and spelling ages and make your own customised data set. Use this information to help you arrange the children within your class. You can have multiple classes on your teacher's account and you can share data with colleagues using different accounts. The data is encrypted to ensure data security. The system works on the majority of web enabled devices.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Classroom+Management+%26+Rewards
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    With Class Charts you get data rich seating charts and streamlined behaviour management. You can even collaborate with other teachers and work as a team to tackle behaviour.
Roland Gesthuizen

Why Rubrics Fail as a Means of Measuring Documentation Quality | I'd Rather Be Writing - 3 views

  • Almost nothing can be broken down into a list of parts that, when properly assembled and in the right balance, create a perfect whole.
  • if we want to measure effectiveness of something, it should be measured against its goal
  • that’s the direction any rubric should go — toward the user’s perspective, not evaluated from an internal perspective
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    "One of my issues with using rubrics to assess anything - documentation, essays, support sites - is that, at least for me, judgment is not so mechanical. Almost nothing can be broken down into a list of parts that, when properly assembled and in the right balance, create a perfect whole. "
amberdewire

Assessment and Rubrics - Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything - 208 views

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    A retired Technology Teachers website with lots of good resources to use in technology and education
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    pre-created rubrics 
Tracy Tuten

How Can We Make Assessments Meaningful? | Edutopia - 169 views

      • Criteria for a Meaningful Classroom Assessment

        To address these requirements, I ask myself the following guided questions:

        1. Does the assessment involve project-based learning?
        2. Does it allow for student choice of topics?
        3. Is it inquiry based?
        4. Does it ask that students use some level of internet literacy to find their answers?
        5. Does it involve independent problem solving?
        6. Does it incorporate the 4Cs?
        7. Do the students need to communicate their knowledge via writing in some way?
        8. Does the final draft or project require other modalities in its presentation? (visual, oral, data, etc...)
  • So how can high-stakes assessments be meaningful to students? For one thing, high-stakes tests shouldn't be so high-stakes. It's inauthentic. They should and still can be a mere snapshot of ability. Additionally, those occasional assessments need to take a back seat to the real learning and achievement going on in every day assessments observed by the teacher.

    The key here, however, is to assess everyday. Not in boring, multiple-choice daily quizzes, but in informal, engaging assessments that take more than just a snapshot of a student's knowledge at one moment in time.

    But frankly, any assessment that sounds cool can still be made meaningless. It's how the students interact with the test that makes it meaningful. Remember the 4 Cs and ask this: does the assessment allow for:

    Creativity Are they students creating or just regurgitating? Are they being given credit for presenting something other than what was described?

    Collaboration Have they spent some time working with others to formulate their thoughts, brainstorm, or seek feedback from peers?

    Critical Thinking Are the students doing more work than the teacher in seeking out information and problem solving?

    Communication Does the assessment emphasize the need to communicate the content well? Is there writing involved as well as other modalities? If asked to teach the content to other students, what methods will the student use to communicate the information and help embed it more deeply?

  • Another way to ensure that an assessment is meaningful, of course, is to simply ask the students what they thought. Design a survey after each major unit or assessment. Or, better yet, if you want to encourage students to really focus on the requirements on a rubric, add a row that's only for them to fill out for you. That way, the rubric's feedback is more of a give-and-take, and you get feedback on the assessment's level of meaningfulness as soon as possible.
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  • Download the example (left) of a quick rubric I designed for a general writing assessment. I included a row that the participants could fill out that actually gave me quick feedback on how meaningful or helpful they believed the assessment was towards their own learning.
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    Worthwhile article on designing meaningful assessments
Elizabeth Resnick

Project Based Learning Rubric - 180 views

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    This is a PBL checklist rubric with all possibilities. Created on Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything under Rubrics. Adjustable according to the project. Lots of other rubric templates available.
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