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Rubrics Sharing Session Binus Simprug

October 4 : Sharing Session - Binus Simprug

Ron SJ

on 9 June 2017

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Rubrics Sharing Session
What is a rubric?
Why should we use rubrics?

a set of general criteria

used to evaluate a student’s
performance in a given outcome area

a set of written guidelines

for distinguishing between performances or products
of different quality


a tool
that can provide
a basis for self-evaluation,
reflection, and peer review.
a formative
assessment tool
make public key criteria that students can use to develop, judge, and revise their own work
(Huba & Freed, 2000)
communicate expectations to students before they engage in a learning opportunity
(Arter &

McTighe, 2001)
allows assessment to be more objective and consistent.
encourage and promote learning throughout the experience
(Licklider & Wiersema, 2002)
Rubrics can be used to :
Rubrics and Phases of assessment
Pre-assessment phase:
Rubrics are used to clarify expectations and grading methods with learners.

As a result, learners can perform a self-assessment prior to submission of their work.
During-the-assessment phase
Rubrics help teachers to remain focused on the present standards of excellence and objectively assess the learner.
Post-assessment phase:
Learners are given a scored rubric with clear explanation of their grade.

They are made aware of their weakness & strengths. In this way, the rubric forms a vital feedback for the learner.
Types of RUBRICS
(Arter & McTighe, 2001)
Grant Wiggins
R. Sabetiashraf
R. Sabetiashraf
R. Sabetiashraf
Common problems
when creating a Rubric?
A criterion is too complicated
A lack of parallelism in the descriptive language used.
by: SJ & Richel
when to use?
quick snapshot of achievement
when speed scoring is more important
assessing simple products or performance
assesing complicated skills, products, or performace
planning instruction
teaching the students the nature of a quality product or performance
(Arter,Judith, 2000)
(Arter,Judith, 2000)
(Arter,Judith, 2000)
One score or rating for the entire product or performance
when to use?
Several scores or ratings for a product or performance.
(Arter,Judith, 2000)
Adapted from Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe,
Understanding by Design,2002
(Stevens & Levi, 2013)
(Stevens & Levi, 2013)
(Adapted from Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe, Understanding by Design, 2002)
Creating a Scoring Rubric
Scoring Rubric GENERATORS
Choose from customizable rubrics, plus the ability to edit, save, download & access online .

A comprehensive list of rubric building tools arranged by subject.


Create a scoring rubric for evaluating media projects
Teacher planet

Rubrics are organized by subject and level. They also offer a rubric generator too

Decide what kind of rubric you are going to make.
Use a Word processing software or Excel to make a chart. Choose a learning goal /task.

Divide the project or assignment up into parts (criteria),
place these in one column.
Create a scoring method (levels),put these scores along the top of the chart in one row.
Write a short description for each criterion and score.
Traits of Quality Rubrics
Does the rubric cover the features that really indicate quality performance?

Does the rubric make successful achievement of the learning target(s) clear?

Do teachers & students find the rubric useful for instruction & assessment?

Technical Quality
Can you get raters to agree on scores?

Describe types of rubrics
Explain the benefits of using rubrics
Identify the main components of rubrics
Distinguish a rubric from a checklist and a rating scale

- 382,000 rubrics to choose from, rubrics are arranged by grade level, by subject and by type.
Rating Scale
“Although the format of an
instructional rubric can vary, all rubrics have two features in common:
(1) a list of criteria, or ‘what counts’ in a project or assignment; and
(2)gradations of quality, with descriptions of strong, middling, and problematic
student work”
a list of sequential behaviors arranged in categories used to determine whether the child exhibits the behaviors or skills listed (Wortham, 2008)
used to determine the degree to which the child exhibits a behavior or the quality of that behavior; each trait is rated on a continuum, the observer decides where the child fits on the scale (Wortham,2008)
General Rubrics
Similar performance tasks use the same rubric.
Each performance task has it's own rubric. The rubric for one task can't be used for another
(Arter, Judith, 2000)
(Arter, Judith, 2000)
Task Specific
Task Specific
when student is ready to move on to demonstrating deeper understanding and is beginning to take charge of their own learning, then I will move on to using rubrics
Rating Scale?
General or Task-Specific?
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Being clear enough for teachers to judge quality but not for students to understand
Checklist, Rating Scale & Rubric
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