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Rubrics for teaching Rubrics for learning. Dannelle D. Stevens, Ph.D. Portland State University. Overview of Keynote. What is a rubric? Do you “need” a rubric? What do rubrics have to do with learning? How do rubrics narrow the gap between teaching & learning?

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rubrics for teaching rubrics for learning

Rubrics for teachingRubrics for learning

Dannelle D. Stevens, Ph.D.

Portland State University

overview of keynote
Overview of Keynote
  • What is a rubric?
  • Do you “need” a rubric?
  • What do rubrics have to do with learning?
  • How do rubrics narrow the gap between teaching & learning?
  • What effects do rubrics have on student learning?
  • What effects do rubrics have on your teaching?
what is a rubric
What is a rubric?
  • A rubric is a way to grade student work. It is a description of the assignment or task laid out on a grid.
  • It has 4 basic parts:
    • TASK DESCRIPTION
    • DIMENSIONS
    • SCALE or levels of performance
    • DESCRIPTION OF THE DIMENSIONS
the word rubric comes from
The word “rubric” comes from…
  • From Latin, “rubrica” red earth for coloring, red chalk. That part of any work in early manuscripts and typography which was colored red, to distinguish it from other portions.
  • A heading printed in red or a special type….
  • A rubric today retains its connection to authoritative rule and particularly to “redness.”
  • Rubrics divide an assignment up into its component parts and provide a detailed description of what constitutes acceptable or unacceptable leves of performance for each of its parts.
do you need a rubric
Do you need a rubric?
  • If you agree with at least three of the following statements, you need a rubric…
what do rubrics have to do with student learning
What do rubrics have to do with student learning?
  • 1. Developmental differences
  • 2. Life experiences
  • 3. Paragraph reading
  • ====> Constructivism….
  • Learners construct meaning based on their own experience….
how do rubrics narrow the gap between learning and teaching
How do rubrics narrow the gap between learning and teaching?
  • One way……. Students like rubrics…
  • “It was the reason I took this class. Someone said you had clear rubrics.”
  • “clarity, clarity, clarity”
  • “Rubrics help break down the assignment into digestible parts in a very clear, organized manner.”
  • “I find that I read the rubric, write my paper and then go back to check to see if I have everything. If not, I add. I often put in more that the rubric states.”
  • “I loved them”
what effect do rubrics have on student learning
What effect do rubrics have on student learning?
  • Increase student learning through better, more timelyfeedback
  • Increases motivation because of clear expectations
  • Guide students to be more independent learners, monitor their own work better: increase metacognition
  • Improve communication with tutors, writing center, peers
what effect do rubrics have on your teaching
What effect do rubrics have on your teaching?
  • Reduce grading time
  • More consistency in grading
  • Fewer office visits by befuddled students
  • Less time in class describing a complex assignment
  • Able to check where students are not learning- organization, ideas, formatting??
  • Greater clarity for you, too.
a final note
A final note
  • Let’s narrow the gap between what we teach and what students learn by using rubrics….