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Rubric Design Workshop. Dr. Julie Horton Dr. Gary Moorman Dr. David Koppenhaver Appalachian State University Dr. Eman Zaki, Qatar University. Workshop Organizers. Office of Faculty & Instructional Development, College of Education, Qatar University Appalachian State University

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rubric design workshop

Rubric Design Workshop

Dr. Julie Horton

Dr. Gary Moorman

Dr. David Koppenhaver

Appalachian State University

Dr. Eman Zaki, Qatar University

workshop organizers
Workshop Organizers

Office of Faculty & Instructional Development, College of Education, Qatar University

Appalachian State University

University of San Diego

workshop outcomes
Workshop Outcomes
  • By the end of the workshop you are expected to:
    • Develop a deeper understanding of rubric design
    • Understand the relationship between interactive teaching and the use of rubrics
    • Describe basic principles of rubric design
    • Construct at least one rubric for use in your own classroom
overview of the workshop
Overview of the Workshop
  • Discussion of rubrics
  • Theoretical overview
  • Specific examples of rubrics
  • Write a rubric for your own discipline
  • Review and questions
rubrics discussion
Rubrics Discussion
  • What does the word “rubric” mean to you?
  • Are you currently using rubrics in your teaching? If so, how?
  • What obstacles do you see in using rubrics?
  • What would you like to learn about rubrics?
rubric
Rubric
  • A rubric is a form of assessment that evaluates student performance based on specific criteria known to both student and teacher
    • Should be handed out before the assignment
    • Criteria may vary based on the expertise of the student
theoretical background levels of understanding
Theoretical Background:Levels of Understanding
  • Knowledge guides performance
  • Both knowledge and performance can be assessed precisely
  • Four levels of understanding (Wiske, 1998):
    • Beginning
    • Developing
    • Apprentice
    • Expert
beginning understanding
Beginning Understanding
  • Knowledge based on personal experience
  • Knowledge construction viewed as unproblematic
  • Application of knowledge is not considered
  • Non-reflective
developing understanding
Developing Understanding
  • Partially examined knowledge and surface level analysis
  • Knowledge construction is mechanistic and step by step
  • Validation of knowledge is based on external authority
apprentice level
Apprentice Level
  • Performances of understanding grounded in disciplinary knowledge
  • Construction of knowledge complex
  • Relationship between disciplinary knowledge and outside life
expert level
Expert Level
  • Understanding is integrative, creative and critical
  • Construction of knowledge is driven by conflicting frameworks and worldviews
  • Learner is able to combine disciplines in their tasks
types of rubrics
Types of Rubrics
  • Rubric Template
  • Written Report Rubric
  • Projects Rubric
  • Classroom Performance Rubric
  • Oral Presentation Rubric
  • Portfolio Rubric
useful internet resources
4teachers.org—Rubistar

http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php

Kathy Schrok’s Guide for Educators

http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/assess.html

teAchnology

http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/

Rubrics and Evaluation Resources

http://www.ncsu.edu/midlink/ho.html

The Technology Applications Center for Educator Development

http://www.tcet.unt.edu/START/instruct/general/rubrics.htm

Useful Internet Resources
parts of a rubric
Parts of a Rubric
  • Learning Objectives or Concepts to be included in the Assignment
  • Criteria
  • Develop a grid
  • Share the Rubric with all students before they begin assignment
  • Evaluate student work with the rubric to determine content has been mastered.
implementation
Implementation
  • Find a partner in your discipline and develop a rubric
rubrics online
Rubrics Online
  • "Rubistar Rubric Generator" (http://rubistar.4teachers.org/) 
  • "Teacher Rubric Maker" (http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/)
  • “Rubrician” (http://www.rubrician.com/language.htm”
  • Rubrics for Web Lessons (http://edweb.sdsu.edu/triton/july/rubrics/Rubrics_for_Web_Lessons.html)
  • An Online Rubric Maker (http://landmark-project.com/classweb/rubrics/)