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Crystal Ramsay

on 18 September 2012

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Transcript of Rubrics

Designing rubrics for learning: How to maximize student performance and minimize inefficiency in grading What are rubrics,
anyway? What are the characteristics of a quality rubric? An assessment tool to measure the
extent to which students have met
learning outcomes or objectives For students:
It outlines what is expected.
It indicates relative weights .
It diagnoses the quality of student work.
It informs future work. For faculty:
It helps ensure that instruction leads to desired outcomes.
It aids reliability (consistency) in scoring.
It justifies grades. Reddy & Andrade, 2010 What does the research
say about rubric use
in higher education? When instructors use rubrics, the purpose is typically as a scoring guide. Rubrics are used in many disciplines. ...but by few
instructors. Students like rubrics. ...especially when they are shared
in advance of an assignment. Think of assessment for learning; not just assessment of learning. Evaluation
categories Quality
definitions Scoring
strategy A rubric typically has 3 parts A few examples of rubric options... http://www.mwp.hawaii.edu/resources/peer_review.htm#sample1 Now...On your own
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