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Checklists and Rubrics. Checklists and Rubrics. Assessment Tools Give students the opportunity to understand expectations for being successful. Turn this…. Into this…. Checklists. "can do–can't do" and "done–not done” Less informative than rubrics . Use Checklists:.

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Checklists and Rubrics
  • Assessment Tools
  • Give students the opportunity to understand expectations for being successful
Turn this…..

Into this….

  • "can do–can't do" and "done–not done”
  • Less informative than rubrics
use checklists
Use Checklists:
  • to record observed performance
  • for self-assessment
  • to keep track of progress over time
  • to help students fulfill task requirements
advantages and disadvantages

Easy to construct and use

Align closely with tasks

Effective for self and peer assessment

Self-monitor progress

Useful for sharing information


Provide limited information

Don’t indicate quality

Advantages and Disadvantages
creating a checklist
Creating a Checklist
  • Identify
    • parts of a specific task
    • other requirements associated with it
  • Create
    • columns for tasks
    • areas for marking yes and no; or check boxes
tips for creating checklists
Tips for Creating Checklists
  • Create during the planning process
  • Share with students with the initial assignment
tools and tips for creating checklists
Tools and Tips for Creating Checklists
  • PBL Checklists ~ keeps students on track and allows them to take responsibility for their own learning through peer- and self-evaluation
  • CARLA’s Virtual Assessment Center ~ research and discussion on using checklists and rubrics as part of the evaluation process
  • The Essentials of Language Teaching ~ discusses alternative assessment
  • Self Assessment Checklists for Teachers ~ from
what is a rubric
What is a Rubric?
  • A scoring tool that lays out the specific expectations for an assignment, providing a detailed description of what constitutes acceptable or unacceptable levels of performance. (Stevens & Levi, 2005).
why use rubrics
Why Use Rubrics?
  • Assists teachers in explaining grades
    • Students understand the evaluation process
  • Helps with explanation of expectations
    • Clearly defines what a good product is
  • Makes the grading process consistent and fair
  • Helps students evaluate their own and each other’s work
the importance of using rubrics
Teachers can:

increase the quality instruction

reuse rubrics for various activities

Students have:

explicit guidelines for expectations

a tool to develop their abilities

The Importance of Using Rubrics

**Create rubrics

along with the planning process**

creating rubrics
Creating Rubrics
  • Determine the concepts to be taught.
  • Choose the criteria to be evaluated; Name the evidence to be produced
  • Develop a grid
    • Place the concepts and criteria
types of rubrics
Types of Rubrics

Analytic vs. Holistic Rubrics

  • Analytic rubrics identify and assess components of a finished product
  • Holistic rubrics assess student work as a whole
what is worth grading
What is Worth Grading?
  • Following directions
  • Understanding of material
  • Proper references to texts, other resources
  • Organization
  • Quality of data
  • Grammar and mechanics
  • Writing style
  • Creativity
developing the scoring scales
Developing the Scoring Scales
  • Two to five point scale for components

5 Top quality; original thinking

4 Good quality; some original thinking

3 Acceptable quality; not much original thinking

2 Questionable quality; not much thinking

1 Turned in on time

possible labels for the scales
Possible Labels for the Scales
  • Exemplary, proficient, marginal, unacceptable
  • Advanced, intermediate high, intermediate, novice
  • Distinguished, proficient, intermediate, novice
  • Accomplished, average, developing, beginning
  • Outstanding, very good, good, poor, unsatisfactory
  • A, B, C, D, F
  • Satisfactory, unsatisfactory
tools and tips for creating rubrics
Tools and Tips for Creating Rubrics
  • Rubistar ~ a free tool to help teachers make rubrics
  • Teach-nology ~ allow teachers to make grading rubrics by filling out forms
  • Recipes4Success ~ create your own customized rubrics based on common classroom learning goals
  • Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators ~ an excellent resource for assessment and rubric information
  • Tips for Choosing Rubrics ~ from Chicago Public Schools