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  • 1. RubricsOnline Learning Initiative
  • 2. Definition A rubric is an explicit set of criteria for assessing a particular type of work or performance.
  • 3. Why Rubrics? Transparency of Grading Improved Student Engagement Promotion of Active Learning Increased Consistency in Scoring Facilitate Valid Judgment of Complex Competencies
  • 4. Creating a Rubric
  • 5. Step 1: Grading Criteria Determine your grading criteria. What are you grading your students on? Select broad categories that cover the basic criteria on which you grade.
  • 6. Step 2: Levels of Achievement You need to determine what your levels of achievement are for each criterion, for instance: poor, fair, excellent; inadequate, adequate, superior; etc.
  • 7. Step 3: Descriptions & Point Value Descriptions- Keep the description: 1) measurable, 2) brief, 3) clear Point Values- You have four types of rubrics to choose from with varying point values: no points, points, point range, and percent.
  • 8. Pitfalls Point Allocation- Should all of the items in your rubric get the same point allotment? Beware of inflation. Too Detailed- Remember you are grading with a rubric. Over ten criteria is too many.

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