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amberdewire

Project Based Learning Checklists - 86 views

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    Checklist Tool
Mary Glackin

Rubrics for Evaluating Discussion Forums in Online Courses | Faculty Focus - 108 views

  • The quality of the discussion forum depends on the ability to develop a sense of community, the clarity of the discussion questions, and the use of a grading rubric that includes standards of performance.
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    "The quality of the discussion forum depends on the ability to develop a sense of community, the clarity of the discussion questions, and the use of a grading rubric that includes standards of performance."
Roland Gesthuizen

A Wonderful Blogging Rubric for Teachers and Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobi... - 27 views

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    "For those of you using or planning to integrating blogging as an instructional activity in class, the rubric below from the University of Wisconsin Stout is definitely a must have. This rubric is available for free and can be downloaded in PDF format." 
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    Thanks for sharing this wonderful resource. On the site there were links that offered several resources for assessments, also. Good find!!
Lauren Rosen

The New Doctopus & Add-ons Gallery - YouTube - 66 views

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    "http://youtu.be/evFN1m82JiY" Using doctopus and goobric to grade student work and increase communication with them about their work. Must be using google docs for student submissions and chrome browser.
Don Doehla

Assessing creativity with critical thinking - 88 views

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    New rubrics from BIE synthsizing critical thinking, creativity, communication skills in PBL
psmiley

FreeBIEs | Project Based Learning | BIE - 5 views

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    PBL website
psmiley

Techlandia Episode 23 - Tony Vincent Interview - Techlandia Podcast | Pocket Casts - 0 views

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    Creating rubrics
Kate Pok

In Which We Discover Stanines - 33 views

    1. when we think of scoring a rubric, we intuitively think that each of the possible scores as being equally likely.  This is a subtle systemic bias that happens because each column in the rubric’s grid is the same width. 

    So what?  Well, we’ve just seen that it makes just as much sense for intervals to vary in size as it does for them all to be the same size.  In other words: you cannot interpret a rubric element’s scores unless you know what kind of distribution has been assumed by the author of the rubric!

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    a poorly organized site with some VERY useful information about rubrics
amberdewire

Assessment and Rubrics - Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything - 207 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 
Martha Hickson

Quality Rubrics / Home - 11 views

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    This wiki was created as a place to address two needs: First, to explore what makes a rubric a "quality rubric" with definitions, examples, and non-examples. Second, to wrestle with some of the issues that come along with them.
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