Let’s Get Creative!. Solving the Assessment Puzzle. How do we create them?. What are rubrics ?. Why we should use them?. Effective Rubrics. Help guide student work Help teachers assess student products Help teachers develop classroom instructional activities . Creation Concerns.
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How do we create them?
What are rubrics?
Why we should use them?
Scoring Guides with specific pre-established performance criteria
(Moskal,2000; Mertler, 2001).
1. Look at models.
2. List criteria.
3. Pack and Unpack Criteria.
4. Articulate levels of quality.
5. Create a draft rubric.
6. Revise the draft rubric.
Evaluation Criteria from Popham
Andrade, Heidi Goodrich. (2000)Using rubrics to promote thinking and learning.
Retrieved February 23, 2006 from ASCD website:
Mertler, Craig A. (2001). Designing scoring rubrics for your classroom. Practical
Assessment Research & Evaluation, 7(25). Retrieved March 13, 2006 from
Moskal, Barbara M. & Leydens, Jon A.(2000).Scoring rubric development: validity
and reliability. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 7(10). Retrieved
March 13, 2006 from http://pareonline.net/getvnasp?v=7&n=10
Mueller, Jon (2006) Authentic assessment toolbox. Retrieved March 13, 2006, from
Popham, W. James.(2005) Classroom Assessment. (pp.195-197) Boston: Pearson
Rubik’s cube. (2006) Retrieved April 3, 2006 from Wikipedia website:
Walvoord, Barbara & Anderson, Virginia (1998) Rubrics: Appendix A: sample
rubrics for student classroom work. TLT Group starter kit workbook. Retrieved
March 13, 2006, from The TLT Group website: