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Assessment and Rubrics

Page history last edited by Michelle Bellah 11 years, 7 months ago

What are Rubrics?

 

Heidi Goodrich, a rubrics expert, defines a rubric as "a scoring tool that lists the criteria for a piece of work or 'what counts.'" So a rubric for a multimedia project will list the things the student must have included to receive a certain score or rating. Rubrics help the student figure out how their project will be evaluated. Goodrich quotes a student who said he didn't much care for rubrics because "if you get something wrong, your teacher can prove you knew what you were supposed to do."

Generally rubrics specify the level of performance expected for several levels of quality. These levels of quality may be written as different ratings (e.g., Excellent, Good, Needs Improvement) or as numerical scores (e.g., 4, 3, 2, 1) which are then added up to form a total score which then is associated with a grade (e.g., A, B, C, etc).

Many rubrics also specify the level of assistance (e.g., Independently, With Minimal Adult Help; With Extensive Adult Help) for each quality rating.

Rubrics can help students and teachers define "quality". Rubrics can also help students judge and revise their own work before handing in their assignments.

                                                                                                                   http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=WhatIs&module=Rubistar

 

Heidi Goodrich.... Understanding Rubrics

The Effects of Instructional Rubrics on Learning to Write

Using Rubrics to Promote Thinking and Learning (PDF document)

 


Resources for creating Rubrics

 

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators... Rubric Resources

 

Rubrics and Rubric Generators

 

Rubistar

 

Guidelines for Rubric Development


Resources for Assessments

 

This is a blog posting from

The Rapid eLearning Blog - Tom Kuhlmann. You can subscribe to his blog and receive email delivery.

 

5 Common Quiz Question Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

Posted: 28 Oct 2008 01:40 AM CDT

The Rapid E-Learning Blog: quiz question 

Assessing the learner’s progress is important.  How else can we provide the best feedback or certify that the learner’s met a certain level of understanding?  That’s why we need to ask the right questions.  Avoid the following mistakes and you’ll create a more effective learning experience.

http://www.articulate.com/community/blogdemo/5questions/quiz.html - Click on this link to the blog posting and watch the video.

 

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