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Rubrics <br />One Step in Creating a Common Learning Vocabulary<br />
Why Rubrics?<br />Common Learning Vocabulary<br />Tool for metacognition<br />Tool for facilitating more peer review<br />...
Is it a Rubric?<br />Rubric vs Checklist vs Point Sheet<br />
Elements of a Rubric<br />From:http://qualityrubrics.pbworks.com/Checklist<br />
Types of Rubrics<br />•describe domains of a product or performance separately<br />•have limited descriptors for each att...
UbD Planning/Wiki<br />
Where in TPACK<br />Rubrics Live in the Pedagogy Bubble<br />Electronic Mechanisms that can deliver, format, collate rubri...
Assignments<br />Collaboration/Team Work - Art<br />Critical Thinking - Math<br />Digital Product - Helfant<br />Presentat...
Descriptors to Consider<br />Impact (audience)<br />Aesthetics <br />Function <br />Others?<br />Sample at <br />http://de...
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    1. 1. Rubrics <br />One Step in Creating a Common Learning Vocabulary<br />
    2. 2. Why Rubrics?<br />Common Learning Vocabulary<br />Tool for metacognition<br />Tool for facilitating more peer review<br />Make Explicit What We Value (derived from or lead to overarching standards)<br />Carry skills acquisition across disciplines<br />Shift conversation to progress over grades<br />
    3. 3. Is it a Rubric?<br />Rubric vs Checklist vs Point Sheet<br />
    4. 4. Elements of a Rubric<br />From:http://qualityrubrics.pbworks.com/Checklist<br />
    5. 5. Types of Rubrics<br />•describe domains of a product or performance separately<br />•have limited descriptors for each attribute<br />•allow for specific diagnostic feedback<br />•describe the development of a process or product (i.e., reading, writing, problem solving, listening)<br />•used by educators to make instructional decisions<br />•Are written so that they may be used with more than one task of performance<br />•Can be used across genres and even domains (problem solving, reading)<br />•Are written for specific classroom tasks or assignments<br /> <br />•Include language that specifically connects the rubric to the task or assignment students will complete<br />Holistic<br />Analytic<br />Generic<br />Task-Specific<br />Developmental<br />•Describe a product or performance as a whole<br />•Rely on multiple descriptors<br />•Are limited in value in terms of providing precise diagnostic information<br />•May cause more scoring dilemmas<br />
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    8. 8. UbD Planning/Wiki<br />
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    10. 10. Where in TPACK<br />Rubrics Live in the Pedagogy Bubble<br />Electronic Mechanisms that can deliver, format, collate rubric results live in the tech bubble<br />The content that is being assessed by the rubric lives in the content bubble<br />
    11. 11. Assignments<br />Collaboration/Team Work - Art<br />Critical Thinking - Math<br />Digital Product - Helfant<br />Presentation - History<br />Problem Solving - Science<br />Research - Library<br />Writing - English<br />
    12. 12. Descriptors to Consider<br />Impact (audience)<br />Aesthetics <br />Function <br />Others?<br />Sample at <br />http://delicious.com/ehelfant/ACrubrics<br />Shared Dropbox folder<br />
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