The Rewards ofRubrics
22Workshop ObjectiveBy the end of the workshop,participants will be able to:Create a rubric in Blackboard Learn.
33What is a Rubric?A rubric is a scoring guide used toevaluate the quality of students’constructed responses (e.g. product...
44When to Use a Rubric?Use a rubric to:• Measure cognitive skillsessay, project, portfolio• Not knowledgetrue/false, multi...
55Why Use a Rubric?Instructors teach and studentslearn more effectively when theyboth understand the nature of thecurricul...
66What’s in a Rubric?1. Evaluative Criteria2. Quality Distinctions3. Application Strategy
771. Evaluative CriteriaFactors used when using a rubricto judge a student’s response(3-6 recommended)
882. Quality DistinctionsDescriptions of different qualitative levelsfor each of a rubric’s evaluative criteriaa. Two-Dire...
992. Quality Distinctionsa. Two-Directional Quality Definitions
10102. Quality Distinctionsb. Numerical Gradations
11113. Application Strategya. HolisticAssess students work as a wholeb. AnalyticAssess individual components
12123. Application Strategya. HolisticAssess students work as a whole
13133. Application Strategyb. AnalyticAssess individual components
1414A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with these Rubrics?Rubric A Rubric B
1515A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric A
1616A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric A• Hypergeneral• Uses general terms
1717A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric B
1818A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric B• Task-Specific• Assesses a single skill
1919A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Right with this Rubric?Rubric C
2020A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Right with This Rubric?Rubric C1. Skill-Focused2. Can be generalized to a wide ...
21ECP Winner 2012 Course TourCreate a Rubric
2222Associating Rubrics
2323Grading with Rubrics
2424Best Practices• Make sure the skill to be assessed issignificant.• Make certain all of the rubric’s evaluativecriteria...
2525Questions?Thank You!
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    1. 1. The Rewards ofRubrics
    2. 2. 22Workshop ObjectiveBy the end of the workshop,participants will be able to:Create a rubric in Blackboard Learn.
    3. 3. 33What is a Rubric?A rubric is a scoring guide used toevaluate the quality of students’constructed responses (e.g. productsand behaviors).Popham, W. J. (2012). The role of rubrics in testing and teaching. Boston [Mass.]: Pearson.
    4. 4. 44When to Use a Rubric?Use a rubric to:• Measure cognitive skillsessay, project, portfolio• Not knowledgetrue/false, multiple-choice, short answer
    5. 5. 55Why Use a Rubric?Instructors teach and studentslearn more effectively when theyboth understand the nature of thecurricular outcomes.
    6. 6. 66What’s in a Rubric?1. Evaluative Criteria2. Quality Distinctions3. Application Strategy
    7. 7. 771. Evaluative CriteriaFactors used when using a rubricto judge a student’s response(3-6 recommended)
    8. 8. 882. Quality DistinctionsDescriptions of different qualitative levelsfor each of a rubric’s evaluative criteriaa. Two-Directional Quality Definitionsb. Numerical Gradations
    9. 9. 992. Quality Distinctionsa. Two-Directional Quality Definitions
    10. 10. 10102. Quality Distinctionsb. Numerical Gradations
    11. 11. 11113. Application Strategya. HolisticAssess students work as a wholeb. AnalyticAssess individual components
    12. 12. 12123. Application Strategya. HolisticAssess students work as a whole
    13. 13. 13133. Application Strategyb. AnalyticAssess individual components
    14. 14. 1414A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with these Rubrics?Rubric A Rubric B
    15. 15. 1515A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric A
    16. 16. 1616A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric A• Hypergeneral• Uses general terms
    17. 17. 1717A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric B
    18. 18. 1818A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric B• Task-Specific• Assesses a single skill
    19. 19. 1919A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Right with this Rubric?Rubric C
    20. 20. 2020A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Right with This Rubric?Rubric C1. Skill-Focused2. Can be generalized to a wide varietyof narrative writing tasks
    21. 21. 21ECP Winner 2012 Course TourCreate a Rubric
    22. 22. 2222Associating Rubrics
    23. 23. 2323Grading with Rubrics
    24. 24. 2424Best Practices• Make sure the skill to be assessed issignificant.• Make certain all of the rubric’s evaluativecriteria can be addressed instructionally.• Employ as few evaluative criteria as possible.• Provide a succinct label for each evaluativecriterion.• Match the length of the rubric to your owntolerance for detail.
    25. 25. 2525Questions?Thank You!

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