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  • 1. rubrics
    making them work for you
  • 2. What is a rubric?
    Systematic means for providing feedback and evaluation
    Method for increasing consistency in scoring
    Means to let students know expectations from the beginning and the degree to which they meet them at the end
  • 3. 3parts
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    Web site Rubric
  • 5. How do I design a rubric?
    Determine the key criteria to an effective response: process and product.
    Consider all aspects of the rhetorical triangle: communicator, audience, subject & purpose, text, context.
    Define the key criteria
    Decide on analytic or holistic; general or task specific
    Leave space for comments
  • 6. Holistic Rubric—Summaries of Articles
  • 7. How do I use a rubric?
    Make it part of the assignment
    Use it to guide peer response groups
    Use it in assessment to guide feedback
    Use it when assigning a grade
  • 8. Cautions
    Limit the number of performance criteria and scale divisions
    Avoid “grading” twice
    Let the rubric reflect the instruction rather than direct it
    Avoid using a rubric when specific feedback is needed
  • 9. Consider . . .
    Not using quality descriptors but making brief comments instead
    Weighting the scale on critical categories
    Using verbal scales rather than numerical scales
    Engaging students in creation of the rubric
  • 10. Engaging students in the process
    Bill Platt, Biological Sciences
  • 11. Resources for designing rubrics:
    definitions, examples, suggestions for rubrics
    rubric generator—Rubistar
    other generators
    guidelines for rubrics
    CxC template for rubric for writing assignment