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College of Education, Eastern Visayas State University. Faculty Enrichment Workshop. September 16, 2011. Topics. Analytic vs. Holistic Rubrics Qualitative vs. Quantitive descriptors Weighted vs. Non-Weighted Rubrics. Analytic vs. Holistic Rubrics. 4+2+3 = 9 out of possible 12.

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Eastern Visayas State University

### Faculty Enrichment Workshop

September 16, 2011

• Analytic vs. Holistic Rubrics

• Qualitative vs. Quantitive descriptors

• Weighted vs. Non-Weighted Rubrics

QuantitativeDescriptors

Sample score:

Visual = 100%

Diction = 90%

Content = 80%

Time = 80%

=20+18+40+8 = 86

100 x 0.25 = 2590 x 0.25 = 22.580 x 0.25 = 2070 x 0.25 = 17.5

100 x 0.20 = 2090 x 0.20 = 1880 x 0.20 = 1670 x 0.20 = 14

100 x 0.50 = 5090 x 0.5 = 4580 x 0.50 = 40 70 x 0.50 = 35

100 x .05 = 590 x 0.05 = 4.580 x .05 = 470 x 0.05 = 3.5

Sample score:

Visual = 70%

Diction = 100%

Content = 80%

Time = 70%

=17.5+20+40+3.5 = 81

Con: Too many degrees of gradation

• Tips:

• Degrees should clearly distinguish student performance

• Have more than “yes/no”

• 4-3-2-1 is usually a good

Con: Too few criteria

• Tips:

• Criteria should be specific

• Criteria can indicate “attributes” desired (e.g., Problem & Hypothesis Format)

Con: Does not use parallel structure

Tip: Use either complete sentences or “bullet-point format”, and be consistent with your choice and syntax

1. In groups by discipline, design a rubric, making the following choices:

• Analytical vs. Holistic

• Qualitative vs. Quantative

• Weighted vs. Non-Weighted

• Number of Categories

• Number of Degrees (4-2-3-1 etc.)