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Using Rubrics for Marking and
Feedback - workshop
Institute of Technology Carlow, TEL week 2016
#irishdigitalchampions
Sha...
What is a rubric?
A rubric combines assessment criteria with grading standards
A rubric is more than just a rating scale, ...
For example…
A rubric can be graded…
How can rubrics help?
• Clarify expectations
• Communicate expectations
• Simplify grading
• Support consistency of gradin...
Principles of Assessment
 Validity
 Reliability
• Effectiveness
 Comparability/consistency
 Transparency
 Practicabil...
Activity
Based on an assessment that you currently use, develop or
modify a rubric according to the guidelines in the hand...
Activity
Based on an assessment that you currently use, develop or
modify a rubric according to the guidelines in the hand...
References
Bloxham, S & Boyd, P (2007) Developing assessment in Higher Education: a practical guide,
Maidenhead, Open Univ...
Dr Sharon Flynn: Using rubrics for marking and feedback
Dr Sharon Flynn: Using rubrics for marking and feedback
Dr Sharon Flynn: Using rubrics for marking and feedback
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Dr Sharon Flynn: Using rubrics for marking and feedback

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Workshop on Rubrics for Assessment - Digital Week IT Carlow 25/02/16

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Dr Sharon Flynn: Using rubrics for marking and feedback

  1. 1. Using Rubrics for Marking and Feedback - workshop Institute of Technology Carlow, TEL week 2016 #irishdigitalchampions Sharon Flynn Assistant Director, Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching National University of Ireland, Galway Email: sharon.flynn@nuigalway.ie Twitter: @sharonlflynn learntechgalway.blogspot.com
  2. 2. What is a rubric? A rubric combines assessment criteria with grading standards A rubric is more than just a rating scale, because a rubric will describe the differences between performance at each level.
  3. 3. For example…
  4. 4. A rubric can be graded…
  5. 5. How can rubrics help? • Clarify expectations • Communicate expectations • Simplify grading • Support consistency of grading • Provide feedback and feedforward • Self assessment • Peer assessment
  6. 6. Principles of Assessment  Validity  Reliability • Effectiveness  Comparability/consistency  Transparency  Practicability • Equity • Attribution (Bloxham & Boyd 2007)
  7. 7. Activity Based on an assessment that you currently use, develop or modify a rubric according to the guidelines in the handout.
  8. 8. Activity Based on an assessment that you currently use, develop or modify a rubric according to the guidelines in the handout. Assess the rubric of another workshop participant, based on the rubric for rubrics, and give feedback.
  9. 9. References Bloxham, S & Boyd, P (2007) Developing assessment in Higher Education: a practical guide, Maidenhead, Open University Press Mullinix, B., (2003) A Rubric for Rubrics. Available from http://www.asu.edu/courses/asu101/asuonline/temp/rubric_%20for_rubrics.pdf Tooher, M. (2012) Assessment Rubrics. Available from http://www.nuigalway.ie/centre- excellence-learning-teaching/teachinglearning/assessment/

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