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The Rundown on Rubrics           Presented by Nicole Virant     Globe University Green Bay        Spring 2011 Quarter     ...
OverviewWhat is a Rubric?Benefits of RubricsGrading
 Geared towards Higher Education New Instructors Portland State
DefinitionWhat is a Rubric?   Do I Need                    a Rubric?
Parts of a Rubric                        TitleTask Description              Scale Level 1 Scale Level 2 Scale Level 3Dimen...
Task DescriptionShould include: Descriptive title Task descriptionSpecific Assignment or BehaviorClear grading tool
ScaleGrade on a given task     Exemplary       Proficient         Marginal           Unacceptable
DimensionsComponentsReflective of skillsShould not include quality indicators
Description of the Dimensions             Scoring  Unique               Doesn’t              Guidedimensions              ...
Types of RubricsAnalytic versus Holistic               Holistic ExampleRating       Detailed DescriptionInadequate   Pres...
ReviewWhat is a rubric?What are the two basic types of rubrics?How do you know if you should use a rubric?What makes u...
TransparencyBenefits
Your Benefits
Timely Feedback
Detailed Feedback
Encourages   Critical  Thinking
Improves Teaching   Skills
Levels the Playing  Field
Key Benefits Review1. ______________________2. ______________________3. ______________________4. ______________________5. ...
Grading
Grading With RubricsPerformance anchorsDetailed & formative feedbackIndividualized & flexibleConvey Summative Feedback
Grading Methods  Three-to-five        Three-to-fivelevel rubrics with   level rubrics with  check boxes           circled ...
Assess a Paper
ReviewWhat does grading with rubrics affect?If you want to give more flexible feedback with comments, what method should...
Rubric Resources Book offers templates and other links:http://www.introductiontorubrics.com/ Rubrics by subject/course:h...
References " Levi, A. J., & Stevens, D. D. (2005). I ntroduction to Rubrics. Sterling: Stylus Publishing, LLC . Merriam-...
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The Rundown on Rubrics

  1. 1. The Rundown on Rubrics Presented by Nicole Virant Globe University Green Bay Spring 2011 Quarter Faculty In-Service
  2. 2. OverviewWhat is a Rubric?Benefits of RubricsGrading
  3. 3.  Geared towards Higher Education New Instructors Portland State
  4. 4. DefinitionWhat is a Rubric? Do I Need a Rubric?
  5. 5. Parts of a Rubric TitleTask Description Scale Level 1 Scale Level 2 Scale Level 3Dimension 1Dimension 2Dimension 3Dimension 4
  6. 6. Task DescriptionShould include: Descriptive title Task descriptionSpecific Assignment or BehaviorClear grading tool
  7. 7. ScaleGrade on a given task Exemplary Proficient Marginal Unacceptable
  8. 8. DimensionsComponentsReflective of skillsShould not include quality indicators
  9. 9. Description of the Dimensions Scoring Unique Doesn’t Guidedimensions fit? Rubric
  10. 10. Types of RubricsAnalytic versus Holistic Holistic ExampleRating Detailed DescriptionInadequate Presentation lacked all major parts of organization. Content and graphics were not appropriate. Verbal discussion was limited or absent.
  11. 11. ReviewWhat is a rubric?What are the two basic types of rubrics?How do you know if you should use a rubric?What makes up a basic rubric?
  12. 12. TransparencyBenefits
  13. 13. Your Benefits
  14. 14. Timely Feedback
  15. 15. Detailed Feedback
  16. 16. Encourages Critical Thinking
  17. 17. Improves Teaching Skills
  18. 18. Levels the Playing Field
  19. 19. Key Benefits Review1. ______________________2. ______________________3. ______________________4. ______________________5. ______________________6. ______________________
  20. 20. Grading
  21. 21. Grading With RubricsPerformance anchorsDetailed & formative feedbackIndividualized & flexibleConvey Summative Feedback
  22. 22. Grading Methods Three-to-five Three-to-fivelevel rubrics with level rubrics with check boxes circled text Scoring guide (words)
  23. 23. Assess a Paper
  24. 24. ReviewWhat does grading with rubrics affect?If you want to give more flexible feedback with comments, what method should you use?
  25. 25. Rubric Resources Book offers templates and other links:http://www.introductiontorubrics.com/ Rubrics by subject/course:http://www.assessment.ua.edu/Rubrics/Non_UA_Rubrics.html More rubric tips and links:http://www.park.edu/cetl2/quicktips/rubrics.html
  26. 26. References " Levi, A. J., & Stevens, D. D. (2005). I ntroduction to Rubrics. Sterling: Stylus Publishing, LLC . Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster. Retrieved May 30, 2011, from http://www.merriam- webster.com/dictionary/rubric Steury, D. C. (2010, February 4). How to Create and Use Rubrics to Simplify Grading. Retrieved May 30, 2011, from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxYEDHN27dg University of Nebraska Kearney: Office of Assessment . ( n.d.). Developing Rubrics for Assessment. Retrieved May 30, 2011, from http://www.unk.edu/uploadedFiles/academicaffairs/Assessm ent/Training/Developing%20Rubrics.pdf Mandernach, B. J. (2003). Grading Rubrics . Retrieved May 30, 2011, from http://www.park.edu/cetl2/quicktips/rubrics.html

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