Rubrics for assessment
A rubric is an attempt to communicate expectations of quality around a task. A rubric can also provide a basis for self-evaluation, reflection, and peer review. It is aimed at accurate and fair assessment, fostering understanding, and indicating a way to proceed with subsequent learning/teaching.Please find abelow a variety of rubrics that I have encountered from various workshops and courses that I have attended. Please give the authors of the rubrics the appropriate recognition if you decide to spread these on to your colleagues.
Peer Assessment Rubric – based on a design by Richard Felder
Sharon Flynn from NUI Galway very kindly shared rubric that she uses for On Discussion participation
Oral assessment – Dolan School of Business, Fairfield University
As a student on the Learning Innovation Network special purpose award “Teaching and Learning”, I received feedback in the form of a rubric on a seminar paper that I submitted to the course instructors, led by Marion Palmer, IADT.
There is also a good discussion in this article on rubrics for student blogs
I would be really interested in your comments on rubrics and would be delighted if you would be willing to share rubrics that you have came across throughout your education. I have also found great websites on assessment that can be accessing by clicking http://www.diigo.com/user/markglynn/assessment
- Rubric Resources (aquillam.wordpress.com)
- Blogging Rubric (evenfromhere.org)
- Making peer evaluations work in Online Learning (onlinelearninginsights.wordpress.com)
Posted on January 15, 2012, in assessment, Feedback and tagged assessment, felder, lin, online, online discussion fora, oral presentation, Peer review, Rubric, rubrics, student blogs. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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