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Finding & Using Tools to Evaluate Student Products. Karen Jogan Michele Mislevy Albright College RECAP 2005. Definitions. Formative and summative assessment Direct and indirect measures of student learning. Tools for Assessments Online. Ready to use rubrics Templates for rubrics

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Finding & Using Tools to Evaluate Student Products

Karen Jogan

Michele Mislevy

Albright College

RECAP 2005


Definitions

  • Formative and summative assessment

  • Direct and indirect measures of student learning


Tools for Assessments Online

  • Ready to use rubrics

  • Templates for rubrics

  • Ready to use checklists

  • Templates for checklists

  • Templates for online quizzes


Rubrics

  • Do you need a rubric?

  • What is a rubric?

  • How is a rubric used?

  • What are criteria that may be used within a rubric?

  • What are components of a rubric?

  • Where can I see examples of rubrics?


To Create a Rubric

  • Identify the product

  • Identify the criteria for performance

  • Define dimensions of performance

  • Borrow or adapt a ready-made rubric

  • Assign point values


Rubric Generators

  • Let’s look at rubrics created online

    • www.4teachers.org

  • Let’s create a rubric at rubistar

    • www.4teachers.org


It’s Your Turn

  • Let’s practice

    • Create a rubric for your class at rubistar

    • www.4teachers.org


How Good is Your Rubric

  • Assess your work

    • http://arc.missouri.edu/pa/olive.html


Rubric Generator

  • Review a rubric created with Project Landmark template

  • Template for creating a rubric

    • http://www.landmark-project.com/classweb/tools/rubric_builder.php3


It’s Your Turn

  • Let’s Practice

  • Create a rubric for your class at Project Landmark

    • http://www.landmark-project.com/classweb/tools/rubric_builder.php3


PBL Checklists

  • Lists criteria in advance that student should address in finished product

  • Lack of a checkmark is negative feedback

  • www.4teachers.org


QuizBuilder for Online Assessment

  • Multiple choice or short answer

  • Students can access online or in labs

  • May be timed

  • Can attach media to questions

  • Instructor may create quiz bank for multiple courses

  • Useful for formative assessment, reviews


QuizBuilder

  • Review a quiz

    • www.4teachers.org


Online Resources

  • http://www.kenton.k12.ky.us/tr/rubrics.html

  • http://www.calstate.edu/AcadAff/SLOA/links/rubrics.shtml

  • http://pages.towson.edu/assessment/assessing_well_ext_links.htm


Print Resources

  • Stevens, Dannelle, and Antonia, Levi (2005). Introduction to Rubrics. Sterling, VA: Stylus

    • http://Styluspub.com

  • Middle States Commission on Higher Education (2003). Student Learning Assessment. Philadelphia, PA: MSACHE

    • http://www.msache.org


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