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21st Century Rubrics

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jennifer isbell

on 28 February 2013

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Central Coast New Tech High School 21st Century Skills Rubrics Goal How? How? Examples Teach and objectively ASSESS all of the 21st Century Skills What? We created rubrics to teach & assess our 6 School Wide Learning Outcomes:
Content Literacy
Critical Thinking
Technological Literacy
Effective Communication (oral/written)
Work Ethic Still...Why? Why Use Rubrics? In the planning stage, identify project learning outcomes connected to your project's enduring understandings, skills, and key standards.
Create rubric before launching a project based on your end results-mastery of skills, standards, learning outcomes Differentiate assessment categories based off levels of proficiency (below proficiency, proficient, advanced)
Breakdown assessment criteria using student friendly language
Share and explain rubric with students at the beginning of the project
Provide examples of assessed work (when possible) Central Coast New Tech Rubrics http://tinyurl.com/b72qgwt Value 21st Century Skills
Clarify Assessment Objectives
Identify what students need to demonstrate
Make assessments meaningful
Authentic learning through PBL
Professional feedback
Avoid ambiguity and reduce subjectivity
Guide students to success with clear expectations!!! Rubrics are multidimensional sets of scoring guidelines that can be used to provide consistency in evaluating student work. They spell out scoring criteria so that multiple teachers, using the same rubric for a student's essay, for example, would arrive at the same score or grade.Rubrics are used from the initiation to the completion of a student project. They provide a measurement system for specific tasks and are tailored to each project, so as the projects become more complex, so do the rubrics. When we consider how well a learner performed a task, we do not think of the performance as being right or wrong. Instead, we place the performance along a continuum from advanced to not proficient. Rubrics help us to set anchor points along a quality continuum so that we can set reasonable and appropriate expectations for learners and consistently judge how well they have met them. Use different rubrics for different assignments
Small assignments may only include one learning outcome such as Collaboration.
Large assignments will include multiple learning outcomes such as Critical Thinking, Content Literacy, and Effective Communication
Return throughout the project to the rubric showing how they are learning the skills and demonstrating the objectives
Have students peer review using the rubric How? Identify 1 next step for yourself & how you will bring rubrics to your school site Let us know how we can help! Christian Holst
cholst@lmusd.org Jennifer Isbell
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