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Grading Rubrics. Heartland Community College IDC. Rubrics. Purpose of Workshop Define Rubrics and Identify their general Strengths and Weaknesses Identify the value of Rubrics for faculty Create a Rubric for your Assignment Reflect upon the usefulness of Rubrics. Rubrics. Definition

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grading rubrics

Grading Rubrics

Heartland Community College

IDC

rubrics
Rubrics
  • Purpose of Workshop
    • Define Rubrics and Identify their general Strengths and Weaknesses
    • Identify the value of Rubrics for faculty
    • Create a Rubric for your Assignment
    • Reflect upon the usefulness of Rubrics
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Rubrics
  • Definition
    • Explicit plans for classification of behaviors or artifacts into categories along a continuum.
    • Use Measurable Criteria, Operationalize
    • Two types
      • Holistic and Analytic
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Rubrics
  • Rubrics in an assessment context

validity

understanding

misspecification

over-simplification

up front work

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Rubrics
  • Rubrics in Program Assessment
    • ID program strengths and weaknesses
    • Way to aggregate assignments, artifacts
    • Staff Development
    • Support Assertions, Credibility
    • Can be both formative and summative
    • Way to “force” dept./division dialogue
    • Tool not an answer
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Rubrics
  • Value of Rubrics for faculty
    • Intentional and Explicit
    • Go over examples, samples of good work
    • Separate from grade if desired
    • Interactive, empowering for students
    • Feedback is guided, may save time
    • Allows for multiple forms of interactions in classroom
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Rubrics
  • Creating a Rubric (View Handouts)
    • Operationalize Quality
      • ID Outcomes
      • ID Levels of Performance
        • Beginner, Developing, Accomplished
        • Unacceptable, Marginal, Acceptable, Good, Outstanding
        • Novice, Competent, Exemplary
        • Needs Work, Good, Excellent
        • Intern, Member of Congress, Senator, President
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Rubrics
  • Creating a Rubric
    • Additional Considerations
      • Define behaviors/products at each level
      • Start with best and worst
      • Levels should be clear, simple, valid
      • Use existing artifacts as a guide
      • Practice
      • Be Iterative and Flexible
      • Revise
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Rubrics
  • Creating a Rubric for Your Class
    • ID Assignment
    • ID Expected Outcomes
    • ID Levels of Ability
    • ID Expectations for Each Level
    • Test and Revise
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Rubrics
  • Sum Up
    • Holistic or Analytic
    • Intentional and Interactive
    • Subject to Misuse and Misinterpretation
    • Can be a time saver
    • Can foster wide ranging conversations about learning outcomes.
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Rubrics
  • Some Rubric Resources
    • http://www.uc.edu/gened/ExemplarRubrics/Entry.htm
    • http://www.bridgew.edu/AssessmentGuidebook/examples.cfm
    • http://www.pz.harvard.edu/Research/RubricSelf.htm
    • http://www2.sjsu.edu/ugs/assessment/as-tools.htm
    • http://www.coloradocollege.edu/library/ACMassign/thinking.html
    • http://web.njit.edu/~ronkowit/teaching/rubrics/
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Rubrics
  • Rubric Generators On-line
    • http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/
    • http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php
    • http://its.monmouth.edu/FacultyResourceCenter/Rubrics/A%20Rubric%20for%20Rubrics.htm