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Wayne Holly

Quick Rubric - Free, Fast, and Easy to Use! :) - 72 views

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    Quick Rubric is a free tool for writing, editing, and printing rubrics.On Quick Rubric you can create a rubric that is tailored to your points/ scoring system, the quantity of descriptors that you need, and utilizes the exact language that you specify. You can save as many rubrics as you like in your free Quick Rubric account. You can copy and modify rubrics your account so that you don't always have to start from scratch when creating a new assignment rubric.
Mike Wassom

RubiStar Home - 34 views

  • Want to make exemplary rubrics in a short amount of time? Try RubiStar out! Registered users can save and edit rubrics online. You can access them from home, school, or on the road. Registration and use of this tool is free, so click the Register link in the login area to the right to get started now.
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      a sticky note!
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    "Want to make exemplary rubrics in a short amount of time? Try RubiStar out! Registered users can save and edit rubrics online. You can access them from home, school, or on the road. Registration and use of this tool is free, so click the Register link in the login area to the right to get started now."
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    Interesting online tool for generating rubrics.
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    Create rubrics for any activity
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    A free tool to help teachers create quality rubrics
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    RubiStar is a free online tool to help teachers create quality rubrics. Users may create original rubrics, save and edit custom rubrics, or search the site for content specific rubrics submitted by other users. Site includes rubric templates for: Oral presentations, Multimedia, Math, Writing, Products, Reading, Art, Work Skills, Science, and Music.
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    rubric creating and sharing database
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    Create rubrics for any activity
Dallas McPheeters

Rubrics - Teaching Commons - 95 views

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    Handy resource for all sorts of grading rubrics dealing with tech integration in curriculum.
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    A guide to rubrics--why you should use rubrics, types of rubrics, how to create a rubric, how to evaluate a rubric, and more
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
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.
trisha_poole

ePortfolios Portal: Generic Rubric - 142 views

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    A Generic Rubric for Evaluating ePortfolios The following rubric has been adapted by the ePortfolio Portal team as an example of the evaluation of eportfolios. The exact criteria will depend on the purpose of the evaluation.
Dallas McPheeters

Collaboration Rubric - 140 views

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    Grading team work can be made simpler by having team members grade themselves and their team members using this rubric. Teams can take turns grading a weekly discussion throughout the semester and save the instructor time while helping students develop critical thinking skills.
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    One has to be very critical with such rubrics. This one implies that argument is a negative trait and that to earn maximum points, one must always agree. The rubric communicates that this is what cooperation is all about. Agreement. Argument or constructive criticism is essential to the collaborative problem-solving process. This category needs to be redesigned or removed altogether. The "makes fair decisions" attribute is much more appropriate.
Dallas McPheeters

How to Create a Rubric in 3 steps - 138 views

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    Good and basic tutorial shows students how to create a rubric. Great learning and practice tool for would be teachers, graduate students.
BTerres

TeachersFirst - Rubrics to the Rescue - 231 views

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    " rationale for using rubrics and tools and tips for implementing rubrics as an assessment tool in your classroom. "
Roland Gesthuizen

A Wonderful Blogging Rubric for Teachers and Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 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!!
Anna Hentz

Rubric Anyone? - 96 views

Jim Brinling wrote: > I've been using diigo in my classes along with my students. My students can see the value of learning the skills associated with this powerful tool. So far, assessment has bee...

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Jenny McAvoy-Anteau

Rubrics and Rubric Makers - 123 views

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    We have all the rubrics you need and the tools to create your own rubrics.
Kate Pok

In Which We Discover Stanines - 33 views

  • 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
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. "
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.
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.
trisha_poole

The Must-Have App Review Rubric | Edudemic - 168 views

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    Simple but good rubric to evaluate the usefulness of an app for teaching.
Amy Burns

Building A Better Mousetrap: The Rubric Debate - 126 views

  • If the rubric is primarily used for instruction and will be shared with your students, then it should be non-judgemental, free of educational jargon, and reflect the critical vocabulary that you use in your classroom.
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      Important point! The vocabulary of the rubric must be easily understood by all of the student in the class.
  • While many educators make a compelling argument for sharing rubrics with students, others worry that doing so will encourage formulaic writing
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      This is why I sometimes struggle with rubrics. A project might be technically correct, but lack originality and creativity. Creativity is hard to scale.
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.
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."
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