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Transcript of Instructional Rubrics
This presentation was created at a former position and I would have recommended that faculty contact the instructional technologists there for more information.
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Consider the assignment and what students are expected to learn. Let these elements influence your rubric style.
Checklists v. Rubrics
Build Your Own
Online resources for creating rubrics:
Think about how you have used rubrics in the past and how many on this list you would check that apply.
I have used rubrics in these ways:
I have the rubric beside me when I grade
I give a graded copy of the rubric to students
I distribute rubrics to students at the beginning of an assignment
I discuss the rubric with students at the beginning of an assignment
I consider student suggestions when developing a rubric
I have never used rubrics
Andrade, Heidi Goodrich. "Using Rubrics to Promote Thinking and Learning." Educational Leadership 57.5 (Feb. 2000).
Developing Instructional Rubrics
. Web guide with resources. Carleton College. http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/assessment/instrubrics.html
http://rubistar.4teachers.org/ Choose from criteria and the rubric fills in gradations of quality. This is a good place to start if you are new to creating rubrics or in a hurry.
from RCampus: http://www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm iRubric is more of a blank slate, in which you fill in the entire rubric. This is a good place to go for a general template if you have specific characteristics that aren't available on Rubistar.
A checklist is not a rubric. Can you see what's missing in the checklist?