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  • 1. Rubric Rowena M. Tivoli TEACHER 3
  • 2. Overview of Presentation ♦ What is a RUBRIC? ♦ Advantages of a RUBRIC ♦ Types of RUBRICS ♦ Sample RUBRICS ♦ How to Create and Use a RUBRIC ♦ • Evaluating your Rubric ♦ Resources
  • 3. Definition ♦A set of criteria and performance indicators arranged according to expected levels of performance
  • 4. Purpose ♦To Communicate to teachers and students what is expected in a given performance or product before it occurs. ♦Also used to assess the quality of the performance or product once it has been completed ♦ CTSIUToronto
  • 5. Advantages of Rubrics: Instructor *Objective and consistent among all students *Leads to insight concerning the effectiveness of instruction *Clarifies criteria in specific terms *Data analysis becomes easier *Shows areas in need of improvement *Establishes “ground rules” to resolve potential academic disputes
  • 6. Advantages of Rubrics: Students “See the goal to ACHIEVE the goal” ♦ Helps define “quality” ♦ Instructors expectations are clear ♦ Manner in which to meet the expectations are clear ♦ Students can better judge and revise their own work and assist their peers ♦ Vehicle for student feedback – promote student/faculty
  • 7. Types of Rubrics
  • 8. Types of a Rubrics Holistic ♦ Consist of a single scale with all criteria to be considered together ♦ A single score is assigned ♦ Instructor scores the overall process or assignment as a whole, without judging component part separately Analytic ♦ Breaks the objective into components parts ♦ Each portion is scored independently using a rating scale ♦ Final score is made up of adding each component parts
  • 9. Holistic RUBRICS Holistic rubrics-provide a single score based on an overall impression of a student’s performance on a task. It used to score student work as a whole yielding one holistic scored.
  • 10. *Advantages: quick scoring provides an overview of student achievement *Disadvantages: does not provide detailed information, may be difficult to provide one overall score Use when: you want a quick snapshot of achievement. a single dimension is adequate to define quality.
  • 11. Table 1: Template for Holistic Rubrics Score Description 1 Demonstrates complete understanding of the problem. All requirements of task are included in response. 2 Demonstrates considerable understanding of the problem. All requirements of task are included. 3 Demonstrates partial understanding of the problem. Most requirements of task are included. 4 Demonstrates little understanding of the problem. Many requirements of task are missing. 5 Demonstrates no understanding of the problem. 6 No response/task not attempted
  • 12. Analytical Rubrics Used to score student work on multiple criteria or dimensions, with each dimension scored separately.
  • 13. Analytical rubrics have dimension/criteria, levels, and descriptors of products
  • 14. Advantages of Analytical rubric ♦Provides useful feedback on areas of strength and weaknesses ♦Criterion can be weighed to reflect the relative importance of each criteria.
  • 15. DISADVANTAGES of Analytical Rubric ♦Takes more time to create and use than a holistic rubric. ♦Time consuming to score.
  • 16. Sample of Analytic Scoring Rubrics
  • 17. How do teachers make a simple error when converting to percent grades?
  • 18. The Wrong Way
  • 19. The Right Way
  • 20. Click to add title What's the difference between the right way and the wrong way?
  • 21. So what is the correct way to convert a rubric score into a percent grade?
  • 22. How can Roobrix help me avoid this mistake?
  • 23. Rubric Converter
  • 24. Work Time ♦ You will be doing one of the following: A. Evaluate your rubric- Are you using the right type? B. Modify existing Rubric C. Create your own Rubric
  • 25. RESOURCES Creating and Using Rubrics. (2011)University of Hawaii, Manoa. Retrieved from ics.htm Mandernach, B. J. (2003). Grading Rubrics. Park University Faculty Development Quick Tips. Retrieved from #Tips%20for%20Rubric%20De velopment Marcotte, Madeleine. (2006). Building A Better Mousetrap: The Rubric Debate. Viewpoint: A Journal of Developmental, and Collegiate Teaching, Learning & Assessment. Retrieved from
  • 26. Marcotte, Madeleine. (2006). Building A Better Mousetrap: The Rubric Debate. Viewpoint: A Journal of Developmental, and Collegiate Teaching, Learning & Assessment. Retrieved from 2/rubrics1.htm Mertler, Craig A. (2001). Designing scoring rubrics for your classroom. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 7(25). Retrieved f rom
  • 27. D.Cooper.Talk about Assesment : Strategies and tool for improve Learning 2010 Converter AAC&U Value rubrics, SDSU Encyclopedia of Educational Technology http://coe.sdsu.educ/eet/articles/rubrics/index
  • 28. Thank You Kingsoft Office published by @Kingsoft_Office kingsoftstore