Rubric Tipsand Chocolate ChipsDee Fabry, Ph DSchool of Education Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, Ed D School of Media and Communi...
Collaboration<br />
“Cynthia had a great year sharing her special objects from home.”Maple Leaf Elementary, 1963<br />
Collaboration<br />Sharing<br /> Time Saving<br />
Chocolate Chip Cookie Rubric<br />
Tips for Effectively Implementing Grading Rubrics<br />1. Tell students that you will be using grading rubrics at the begi...
4. Use the same language that is used in the rubric when providing feedback.<br />5. Highlight what the student did well i...
How to use the Rubric Wizard<br />AMS/Taskstream<br />Resources  Tab<br />Rubric Wizard<br />Sharing Quality Rubrics<br />...
Creating Rubrics with AMS Chandler & Fabry
Creating Rubrics with AMS Chandler & Fabry
Creating Rubrics with AMS Chandler & Fabry
Creating Rubrics with AMS Chandler & Fabry
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  • How many of you have used the Rubric Wizard in AMS?Why use rubrics?Why use rubric creator in AMS?
  • Collaboration is what we do best as educators.It is what our kindergarden teachers taught us.
  • Creating a community of learners, collaborators and sharing saves us time and preserves our intellectual capital.Develop a standard of practice that can be documented and not lost in the abyss.
  • Dee shows an example.
  • There are two basic types of rubrics:Holistic and AnalyticWhat is the difference?When do you use one over the other?(Allen, 2008, p138) Scoring Rubrics Our AMS system allows us to develop very sophisticated analytic rubrics.
  • Creating Rubrics with AMS Chandler & Fabry

    1. 1. Rubric Tipsand Chocolate ChipsDee Fabry, Ph DSchool of Education Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, Ed D School of Media and Communication <br />
    2. 2. Collaboration<br />
    3. 3. “Cynthia had a great year sharing her special objects from home.”Maple Leaf Elementary, 1963<br />
    4. 4. Collaboration<br />Sharing<br /> Time Saving<br />
    5. 5. Chocolate Chip Cookie Rubric<br />
    6. 6. Tips for Effectively Implementing Grading Rubrics<br />1. Tell students that you will be using grading rubrics at the beginning of the course. Then remind them.<br />2. Review the rubric(s) with your students when you explain the assignment. Answer clarifying questions.<br />3. Provide sample papers or products along with a completed grading rubric where appropriate.<br />
    7. 7. 4. Use the same language that is used in the rubric when providing feedback.<br />5. Highlight what the student did well in one color and what needs improved in another color.<br />6. Return the paper or product along with the completed rubric.<br />
    8. 8.
    9. 9. How to use the Rubric Wizard<br />AMS/Taskstream<br />Resources Tab<br />Rubric Wizard<br />Sharing Quality Rubrics<br />Using the Sharing Feature<br />Examples of Rubrics <br />
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