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Issues When Using Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Darrin Hook

they have many possible positive results.

Building and Testing the Rubric | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Ardice Perry

One of the qulities of a good rubric is its reliability. Do th eratings represent whatstudents can do and would raters who have similar understandingof what is being assessed give similar ratings to...

Issues When Using Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Ardice Perry

The outcome to be be assessed by a rubric could be a performance, a process or a product. An analyticrubric would be used to assess a process, providing criteria for each step, and a holistic rubric...

Purposes and Roles of Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Evelyn Biluk

I am currently using a discussion rubric designed by Concorde. One of the problems I noticed with the rubric is it does not adequately address the college's policy on APA formatting. It is not...

Purposes and Roles of Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Ardice Perry

So far, I have learned that rubrics are helpful to the students to guide them in the development and production of their work, and they are also helpful to the teachers in planning the instruction,...

Value Added Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Gene Bartholomew

I learned more of what I wasn't getting regarding rubrics.  

Diagnostic, Formative and Summative Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Gene Bartholomew

Formative assessment must be ongoing because you must constantly assess yourself and the students, in about 20 years of teaching there is one fact......no two classes are alike.

Technology Tools for Assessing Student Learning | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Gene Bartholomew

It's important to listen to students about what they felt worked.   

Purposes and Roles of Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Shahram Bakhtiari

I am not a big fan of holistic rubric.