A rubric is a scaled set of criteria defining a range of performances. It describes successful performance. Indicators are often written for novice, apprentice, and expert levels.
Go to Rubristar. Explore rubrics and make your own.
View Rubrics Defined (4:21).
In this video, Jayne James discusses building a rubric, steps: (1) scales, (2) indicators, (3) descriptors, (3) verify differences of levels – Excerpt from “Integrating Technology in the Curriculum”, Canter & Associates
View Student Rubric Use (Real Media).
In this video, students use a rubric as a guide for completing their project. – Excerpt from “Knowing What to Do”, Pt. 2 of Know It All Series by GPN / Univ. of NB
View Teacher Rubric Review (1:21).
In this video, a teacher works through a rubric with her students. – Excerpt from “Knowing What to Do”, Pt. 2 of Know It All Series by GPN / Univ. of NB
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Read Key Word: Rubrics in THE BLUE BOOK by Callison and Preddy, 516-522.
Rubric and Evaluation Resources from Midlink. Links to sample rubrics
Rubric "How Tos" from Midlink. Step-by-step use for creating rubrics