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  • 1. The Rewards ofRubrics
  • 2. 22Workshop ObjectiveBy the end of the workshop,participants will be able to:Create a rubric in Blackboard Learn.
  • 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. 44When to Use a Rubric?Use a rubric to:• Measure cognitive skillsessay, project, portfolio• Not knowledgetrue/false, multiple-choice, short answer
  • 5. 55Why Use a Rubric?Instructors teach and studentslearn more effectively when theyboth understand the nature of thecurricular outcomes.
  • 6. 66What’s in a Rubric?1. Evaluative Criteria2. Quality Distinctions3. Application Strategy
  • 7. 771. Evaluative CriteriaFactors used when using a rubricto judge a student’s response(3-6 recommended)
  • 8. 882. Quality DistinctionsDescriptions of different qualitative levelsfor each of a rubric’s evaluative criteriaa. Two-Directional Quality Definitionsb. Numerical Gradations
  • 9. 992. Quality Distinctionsa. Two-Directional Quality Definitions
  • 10. 10102. Quality Distinctionsb. Numerical Gradations
  • 11. 11113. Application Strategya. HolisticAssess students work as a wholeb. AnalyticAssess individual components
  • 12. 12123. Application Strategya. HolisticAssess students work as a whole
  • 13. 13133. Application Strategyb. AnalyticAssess individual components
  • 14. 1414A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with these Rubrics?Rubric A Rubric B
  • 15. 1515A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric A
  • 16. 1616A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric A• Hypergeneral• Uses general terms
  • 17. 1717A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric B
  • 18. 1818A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Wrong with this Rubric?Rubric B• Task-Specific• Assesses a single skill
  • 19. 1919A Rubric is a Rubric is a RubricWhat’s Right with this Rubric?Rubric C
  • 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. 21ECP Winner 2012 Course TourCreate a Rubric
  • 22. 2222Associating Rubrics
  • 23. 2323Grading with Rubrics
  • 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. 2525Questions?Thank You!