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  1. 1. Rubric Rowena M. Tivoli TEACHER 3
  2. 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. 3. Definition ♦A set of criteria and performance indicators arranged according to expected levels of performance
  4. 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 www.youtube.com/watch?v=IunWLH2FefO
  5. 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. 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. 7. Types of Rubrics
  8. 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. 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. 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. 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. 12. Analytical Rubrics Used to score student work on multiple criteria or dimensions, with each dimension scored separately.
  13. 13. Analytical rubrics have dimension/criteria, levels, and descriptors of products
  14. 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. 15. DISADVANTAGES of Analytical Rubric ♦Takes more time to create and use than a holistic rubric. ♦Time consuming to score.
  16. 16. Sample of Analytic Scoring Rubrics
  17. 17. How do teachers make a simple error when converting to percent grades?
  18. 18. The Wrong Way
  19. 19. The Right Way
  20. 20. Click to add title What's the difference between the right way and the wrong way?
  21. 21. So what is the correct way to convert a rubric score into a percent grade?
  22. 22. How can Roobrix help me avoid this mistake?
  23. 23. Rubric Converter
  24. 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. 25. RESOURCES Creating and Using Rubrics. (2011)University of Hawaii, Manoa. Retrieved from http://manoa.hawaii.edu/assessment/howto/rubr ics.htm Mandernach, B. J. (2003). Grading Rubrics. Park University Faculty Development Quick Tips. Retrieved from http://www.park.edu/cetl/quicktips/rubrics.html #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. 26. Marcotte, Madeleine. (2006). Building A Better Mousetrap: The Rubric Debate. Viewpoint: A Journal of Developmental, and Collegiate Teaching, Learning & Assessment. Retrieved from http://faculty.ccp.edu/dept/viewpoints/w06v7n 2/rubrics1.htm Mertler, Craig A. (2001). Designing scoring rubrics for your classroom. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 7(25). Retrieved f rom http://pareonline.net/getvn.asp?v=7&n=25
  27. 27. D.Cooper.Talk about Assesment : Strategies and tool for improve Learning 2010 Roobrix.com-Rubric Converter AAC&U Value rubrics, http://www.carla.umn.edu/assessment/vac/evaluati SDSU Encyclopedia of Educational Technology http://coe.sdsu.educ/eet/articles/rubrics/index www.taskstream.com
  28. 28. Thank You Kingsoft Office published by www.Kingsoftstore.com @Kingsoft_Office kingsoftstore

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