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Published on January 1, 2008

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"But My Roommate Got a B" Rubrics for Grading :  "But My Roommate Got a B" Rubrics for Grading CTE Workshop Feb. 2005 Spencer Benson, Center for Teaching Excellence Lois Vietri, Government and Politics Paulette Robinson, Office of Information Technology Tentative Map :  Tentative Map Introduction to Rubrics (overview) Using rubrics to score student presentations/projects Resources Building your own rubric Introduction to Rubrics :  Introduction to Rubrics CTE Spring Workshop February 4, 2005 Dr. Spencer Benson Director, Center for Teaching Excellence University of Maryland College Park sbenson@umd.edu What are Rubrics:  What are Rubrics Tools for assessment Save time Convey feedback Promote student learning Why Use a Rubric?:  Why Use a Rubric? Provide timely feedback to students Help prepare students to use feed back Encourage critical thinking Facilitate communication Refine and improve one’s teaching Level the playing field Save time Allow for increased consistency Constructing a Rubric:  Constructing a Rubric Reflecting What do we want from the students, goal of the assignment/assessment Listing Specific learning or performance objectives Grouping and Labeling Grouping similar objectives Application Develop the final form of the rubric A Three Level Rubric:  A Three Level Rubric Slide8:  http://www.cfkeep.org/ An Example Use of a Rubric Slide9:  The project grading rubric Allows rapid consistent grading of the project Is shared with the students Three areas scored Content 24 pts Writing 10 pts Presentation 12 pts Other Things to Consider:  Other Things to Consider Adapt existing rubrics Involve students in developing the rubric Provide the rubric with the assignment Makes grading more transparent Use the rubric as a short cut to reduce grading time Check boxes Circle the characteristics Thank You :  Thank You QUESTIONS/COMMENTS Remember to fill out the evaluation form A copy of this presentation is available on the CTE website.

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