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Creating Effective Rubrics Using Online Tools LearnIt Conference, 2012. Cynthia Campbell, PhD Dept. of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment Northern Illinois University. What is a Rubric?. A systematic approach for scoring student work consistently

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creating effective rubrics using online tools learnit conference 2012

Creating Effective Rubrics Using Online ToolsLearnIt Conference, 2012

Cynthia Campbell, PhD

Dept. of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment

Northern Illinois University

what is a rubric
What is a Rubric?

A systematic approach for scoring student work consistently

Provides “rules” for evaluating quality

rubrics why use them
Rubrics: Why Use Them?

Improves student performance by making expectations clear

Communicates the “what” and “how”

Encourages student metacognition

Reduces teachers’ scoring time

Increases scoring consistency (when well designed)

Decreases “scoring drift” and scoring bias

Leads to fair assessment for ALL students

scoring constructed response
Scoring Constructed Response

Holistic scoring – focuses on the overall content

Analytic scoring – specific point allocation

developing a scoring rubric
Developing a Scoring Rubric

Step 1:

“Unpack” critical knowledge and skills (refer to objectives that assessment is aligned)

Step 2:

List Criteria (in first column)

Step 3:

Define Criteria (in second column)

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Identify and define criteria for assessing students’ ability to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich
developing a scoring rubric1
Developing a Scoring Rubric
  • Step 4:
    • Determine points and weight for each criteria
  • Step 5:
    • vividly describe performance expectation across point levels
rubistar
RubiStar
  • A free online site to assist in creating rubrics
  • Intended for teachers who want to use rubrics, but do not have time to develop them from scratch.
benefits
Benefits
  • Build on content specific templates
  • Create original rubrics
  • Customizable
  • Examine existing teacher created rubrics
  • Store your classroom rubrics
  • Interactive design
new user registration
New User Registration

http://rubistar.4teachers.org/

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