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Listeners will understand... ..."A rubric is a work in progress." Dr. Martin-Kniep so be on the
new ideas! ...if students have a clear understanding of the standards
and expectations, their potential for success might be greater? ...if teachers had a tool for communicating specific and immediate feedback,
effectively and efficiently, there would be a greater probability for it? ...if students are to become self-reliant, self-directed, self-assessing learners they must have the opportunity to practice self-reliance, self-assessment and self-direction? ...if parents understood their child's growth and progress in clear terms, they might assume a greater role in their child's learning? ...if administrators and board members were provided multifaceted assessments of student learning, they might be better prepared to develop and monitor school policies and practices? ... What rubrics are ...the value of rubrics ...how rubrics are created ...the advantages of rubrics ...the disadvantages of rubrics ...what makes a good rubric Any established mode of conduct or procedure; protocol. An explanatory comment; gloss. a class or category A rubric is a scoring tool for subjective assessments. It is a set of criteria and standards linked to learning objectives that is used to assess a student's performance on papers, projects, essays, and other assignments. Helps students improve the quality of their work Rubrice are empowering to students Improve end products Two: How many levels will you use- even or odd? three: Assign a point value four: distribute or display the rubric five: make changes and adjustments six: attach a copy reflect the major learning objectives distinct levels Clear descriptions easy for students to understand easy for the teacher to use evaluate the work Advantages Disadvantages Quick Scoring meaningful and specific feedback Consistent scoring Shows strengths and weaknesses lack detailed analysis Not very detailed information difficult to construct time consuming ACTIVITY Time A rubric is "a road map, telling students and teachers where to begin, where they're going, and how to get there." Dr. Kay Burke "The upfront time in creating the rubric more than pays off in the reduced time it takes to grade the assignment!" Teacher's comment "Rubrics tell me exactly what I have to do." Grade 5 student "When students know what they are expected to do, their quality of work increases dramatically." W. Lazzaro Resources: Ideas Cites Thoughts AEA 267. "Rubrics in the Classroom | AEA 267 Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment." Area Education Agency 267. Web. 26 Apr. 2010. <http://www.aea7.k12.ia.us/cia/index.php?page=rubrics>.
"Define:rubric - Search." Google. Web. 26 Apr. 2010. <http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&defl=en&q=define:rubric&ei=VAzVS_CbEYP88AaTreDnDw&sa=X&oi=glossary_definition&ct=title&ved=0CAYQkAE>.
Harath, Rita. "Advantages and Disadvantages of the Rubric - Rubrics in Authentic Assessment." Home - Rubrics in Authentic Assessment. 27 Oct. 2007. Web. 26 Apr. 2010. <http://epsyrubrics.wetpaint.com/page/Advantages+and+Disadvantages+of+the+Rubric>. Martin-Kniep, Giselle O. Becoming a Better Teacher: Eight Innovations That Work. Alexandria: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2000.
Regina Public Schools. "Rubrics - Process." Saskatchewan Schools and School Divisions. 2003. Web. 26 Apr. 2010. <http://www.saskschools.ca/curr_content/bestpractice/rubrics/process2.html>.
""Rubric"" Dictionary.com | Find the Meanings and Definitions of Words at Dictionary.com. Web. 26 Apr. 2010. <http://dictionary.com>. Saskatchewan Learning - Region 3. Assessment Strategies: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Administrators 2002
Shrock, Kathleen. (1995 - 2003) Kathy Shrock's Guide for Educators - Assessment and Rubric Information [April 2003] - includes many examples and links to aids for rubric creation.
Teach-nology: the Web Portal For Educators. (2002) - Rubrics Generator [April, 2003]
WWW4Teachers. (2003) Rubistar - PBL Rubric Creation Tool [April, 2003] AEA 267, Rubrics in the Classroom Dictionary.com, Define:Rubric Google Martin-Kniep, Gidelle, www4teachers Saskatchewan Learning, Shrock Kathleen Harath, Rita Tech-nology Group One: Group Two: Group Three: