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  • 1. How to create rubrics… Claudio Díaz L. (
  • 2. Levels 26/07/10 ABA Workshop quantitative qualitative numerical descriptive flexibility master expert apprentice novice
  • 3. Sample grades and categories 26/07/10 ABA Workshop Rubric score Grade Category 8 A+ Excellent 7 A Excellent 6 B+ Good 5 B Good 4 C+ Fair 3 C Fair 2 U Unsatisfactory 1 U Unsatisfactory 0 U Unsatisfactory
  • 4. Types and Purposes of Rubrics 26/07/10 ABA Workshop specific type a particular form of student performance corresponds to Analytic scales Holistic scales Activities Rubric Type Short tasks checklists rating scales Longer tasks comprehensive rubrics
  • 5. Reflection: Matching Instruction to Assessment
    • Which rubric is most appropriate for specific classroom activities?
    26/07/10 ABA Workshop Checklist Rating Scale Analytic Scale Holistic Scale 1. Responding to oral commands 2. Producing a process-writing piece 3. Demonstrating a procedure 4. Completing a satisfaction survey 5. Designing a brochure 6. Writing a paragraph or two 7. Developing and conducting research; then analyzing and reporting results 8. Creating a poetry portfolio 9. Formulating and answering yes/no questions
  • 6. How do We Make an Instructional Rubric?
    • Look at models
    • List criteria
    • Pack and unpack criteria
    • Articulate levels of quality (yes/no)
    • Create a draft rubric
    • Check the draft : revisions for improvement
    26/07/10 ABA Workshop then it is ready to be used
  • 7. Steps in the Design of Scoring Rubrics
    • Step 1: Re-examine the learning objectives to be addressed by the task.
    • Step 2: Identify specific observable attributes that you want to see (as well as those you don’t want to see).
    • Step 3: Brainstorm characteristics that describe each attribute.
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  • 8. Steps in the Design of Scoring Rubrics
    • Step 5b: For Analytic rubrics, complete the rubric by describing other levels on the continuum that ranges from excellent to poor work for each attribute.
    • Step 6: Collect samples of student work that exemplify each level.
    • Step 7: Revise the rubric, as necessary .
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  • 9. Bibliography
    • Moskal, Barbara. “Scoring Rubrics: What, When and How?” Practical Assessment, Research and Evaluation . 2000.
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