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Field Study 5

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Carlo Toquero

on 9 January 2014

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Transcript of Field Study 5

Advantages and disadvantages of scoring rubrics
My analysis
My Reflections.
Reflect on this: Scoring Rubrics: Boon or Bane?

My Tools
Research
Field Study 5

Episode 4
ON SCORING RUBRICS

Thank you for listening :)
I will asked the following questions.
Types of rubrics

Analytic rubrics
Holistic rubrics

Interview of my resource teachers.


1. Where do you use the scoring rubrics?

According to my resource teachers they used it in student’s performance task like role playing or group activity.

2. What help have scoring rubrics given you? When there were no scoring rubrics yet, what did you use?

it helps to grade their students fairly and when there were no scoring rubrics yet, they told that they are making their own rubrics.

3. What difficulties have you met in the use of scoring rubrics?

There are difficulties that my resource teachers met in the use of scoring rubrics and it is when they have special students. Because of course, the criteria for their performance are not the same with other students.

4. Do you make use of holistic and analytic rubrics? How do they differ?

Yes, they used it both. analytic rubrics identity and assess components of a finished products. While holistic rubrics give students a single, overall assessments score for the paper as whole.


5. Which is easier to use analytic or holistic?

Two of my resource teacher of mine said that a holistic rubric is easier to use than analytic. Because analytic rubrics take time to create and use.

6. Were do you involved in the making of the scoring rubrics?: how do you make the one? Which is easier to construct analytic or holistic?

Yes, they involved in the making of the scoring rubrics and holistic rubric is easier to construct than analytic rubrics. Because analytic rubrics tends to be quite time consuming.

When to use rubrics?

When the skills and processes are targets to be monitored.


How to construct the two types of rubrics
1. Make a list of what you want the students to accomplish through your assignment.
2. Organize your list from most important to least important
3. Decide on overall point value for the assignment.
4. Assign each item on your ranked list a percentage value out of 100%
5. Multiply your total point value from step 3 by each items assigned percentage to arrive at the point value for that item.
Advantage:
If the criteria that is in the rubric is too complex, students may feel overwhelmed with the assignment and little success may be imminent.

Disadvantages:

Potential to be transferred into grades if necessary.

Motivates the students to reach the standards specified.


1. What benefits have scoring rubrics brought to the teaching and learning process?

All learning outputs are grade fairly, so that it will avoid questions from parents.

2.How are scoring rubrics related to portfolio assessment?

They are related because they are both assessing the works have done with the students.

2. To get the most from scoring rubrics, what should be observed in the making and use of scoring rubrics?

It should be observed that the criteria for making the scoring rubrics is that there are qualities instead of the words, very good, good and needs of improvements.

Of course Boon, because it helps to grade the students fairly and just and it can offer also a method of consistency in scoring by clearly defining the performance criteria.



My Reflection
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