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Scoring Rubrics. Basics of Scoring Rubric. A scoring rubric means "a standard of performance for a defined population". A scoring rubric is an attempt to communicate expectations of quality around a task.

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basics of scoring rubric
Basics of Scoring Rubric
  • A scoring rubric means "a standard of performance for a defined population".
  • A scoring rubric is an attempt to communicate expectations of quality around a task.
  • A scoring rubric allows teachers and students alike to evaluate criteria, which can be complex and subjective.
  • Since the 1980s, many scoring rubrics have been presented in a graphic format, typically as a grid.
c ommon features of scoring rubrics
Common features of scoring rubrics
  • focus on measuring a stated objective (performance, behavior, or quality)
  • use a range to rate performance
  • contain specific performance characteristics arranged in levels indicating either the developmental sophistication of the strategy used or the degree to which a standard has been met.
components of a scoring rubric
Components of a scoring rubric
  • Dimensions are generally referred to as criteria
  • The rating scale as levels
  • Definitions as descriptors
here is a seven step method to creating and using a scoring rubric for writing assignments
Here is a seven-step method to creating and using a scoring rubric for writing assignments:
  • Have students look at models of good versus "not-so-good" work. A teacher could provide sample assignments of variable quality for students to review.
  • List the criteria to be used in the scoring rubric and allow for discussion of what counts as quality work.
  • Articulate gradations of quality. These hierarchical categories should concisely describe the levels of quality (ranging from bad to good) or development (ranging from beginning to mastery).
  • Practice on models. Students can test the scoring rubrics on sample assignments provided by the instructor.
  • Ask for self and peer-assessment.
  • Revise the work on the basis of that feedback. As students are working on their assignment, they can be stopped occasionally to do a self-assessment and then give and receive evaluations from their peers. Revisions should be based on the feedback they receive.
  • Use teacher assessment, which means using the same scoring rubric the students used to assess their work.
issues about scoring rubrics
Issues about Scoring Rubrics
  • One problem with scoring rubrics is that each level of fulfillment encompasses a wide range of marks. For example, if two students both receive a 'level four' mark on the Ontario system, one might receive an 80% and the other 100%.
rubric making tools
Rubric Making Tools

RubiStar is a free tool to help teachers create quality rubrics.

  • http://rubistar.4teachers.org/