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