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Rubrics (Analytic and Holistic)

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A brief discussion of the 2 types of Rubric: Analytic and Holistic Rubrics

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Rubrics (Analytic and Holistic)

  1. 1. DIAZ, JEZIEL B.
  2. 2. DIAZ, JEZIEL B.
  3. 3. `What is RUBRIC? A rubric is a guideline for rating student performance A rubric is scoring tool that lists the criteria or ‘what counts’ for a piece of work An evaluation tool that describes quality of work on a (range) from excellent to poor A communication tool
  4. 4. GOOD RUBRICS • Do what you want them to do, assess what you want to assess. • Are pleasing to look at, are easy on the eyes, are clear to everyone, are not too big or small for their purpose. • Are reliable, valid, fair, and completely connected to what you are assessing. • Everybody understands the same thing when they read one, but they can still be scary.
  5. 5. Basic Steps to Design Rubric 1. Identify a learning goal 2. Choose outcomes that may be measured with a rubric 3. Develop or adopt (adapt) an existing rubric 4. Share it with students 5. Assess/Grade 6. Analyze and report results
  6. 6. 1.Holistic Rubrics 2.Analytic Rubrics
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. There is no correct answer/response to ask a task (e.g. creative work). The focus is on overall quality, proficiency, or understanding of a specific content or skills. The assessment is summative (e.g. at the end of the semester or major) Assessing significant numbers (e.g. 150 students portfolio) When to use Holistic Rubrics:
  9. 9. ANALYTIC RUBRICS •Analytic rubrics provide specific feedback along several dimensions and descriptors of products •Breaks the objective into components parts •Each portion is scored independently using a rating scale •Final score is made up of adding each components parts
  10. 10. • Several faculty are collectively assessing student work. • Outside audiences will be examining rubric scores. • Profiles of specific strength/weaknesses are desired. When to use Analytic Rubrics
  11. 11. Holistic rubrics provide a single score based on an overall impression of a student’s performance on a task. Analytic rubrics provide specific feedback along several dimensions. ƒ ADVANTAGES quick scoring, provides overview of student achievement more detailed feedback, scoring more consistent across students and graders ƒ DISADVANTAGES does not provide detailed information, may be difficult to provide one overall score time consuming to score vs.

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