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Author Stevens, Dannelle D.

Title Introduction to rubrics : an assessment tool to save grading time, convey effective feedback, and promote student learning / Dannelle D. Stevens, Antonia Levi
Edition First edition
Published Sterling, Va. : Stylus Pub., 2005
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Contents pt. 4. Rubric construction and use in different contexts -- 4. Rubrics construction and the classroom -- Involving students in rubric construction -- Five models of collaborative rubric construction -- 1. The presentation model -- 2. The feedback model -- 3. The pass-the-hat model -- 4. The post-it model -- 5. The 4X4 model -- Conclusion -- 5. Rubric construction with others : teaching assistants, tutors, or colleagues -- Involving teaching assistants in rubric construction -- Involving tutorial staff in rubric construction -- Involving colleagues in rubric construction -- Conclusion -- 6. Grading with rubrics -- Performance anchors : being consistent and focused -- Detailed, formative feedback : gaining speed -- Individualized, flexible feedback : a trade-off -- Summative feedback : assigning grades -- Grading our own teaching methods-- Evaluating our own rubrics : metarubrics -- Conclusion -- 7. Variations on the theme -- Discipline-specific rubrics -- Science : laboratory work -- Business management : classroom participation -- Graphics design : portfolio review -- Rubrics for assignments done in stages : "staged" rubrics -- Research paper rubric -- Book review rubric -- Several rubrics for one assignment : "multiple" rubrics -- Conclusion
Preface -- pt. 1. An introduction to rubrics -- 1. What is a rubric? -- Do you need a rubric? -- What are the parts of a rubric? -- Part-by-part development of a rubric -- Part 1 : Task description -- part 2 : Scale -- Part 3 : Dimensions -- Part 4 : Descriptions of the dimensions -- Creating your first rubrics : is it worth the time and effort? -- 2. Why use rubrics? -- Rubrics provide timely feedback -- Rubrics prepare students to use detailed feedback -- Rubrics encourage critical thinking -- Rubrics facilitate communication with others -- Rubrics help us to refine our teaching skills -- Rubrics level the playing field -- Conclusion -- 3. How to construct a rubric -- Four key stages in constructing a rubric -- Stage 1 : Reflecting -- Stage 2 : Listing -- Stage 3 : Grouping and labeling -- Stage 4 : Application -- Construction of a scoring guide rubric -- Construction of a three-to-five level rubric -- Conclusion
References -- Appendices -- A : Blank rubric format for a three-level rubric -- B : Blank rubric format for a four-level rubric -- C : Blank rubric format for a four-level rubric, landscape format -- D : Blank rubric format for a scoring guide rubric -- E : Interview analysis paper scoring guide rubric -- F : Leading a class discussion scoring guide rubric -- G : Portland State University Studies Program rubric : ethical issues -- H : Portland State University Studies Program rubric : holistic critical thinking -- I : Portland State University Studies Program rubric : quantitative literacy -- J : Portland State University Studies Program rubric : writing -- K : Portland State University Studies program rubric : diversity -- L : Web site information for Introduction to Rubrics -- Index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 111-112) and index
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Subject Grading and marking (Students)
Students -- Rating of.
Form Electronic book
Author Levi, Antonia, 1947-
ISBN 1435617266 (electronic bk.)
9781435617261 (electronic bk.)
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(paperback; alk. paper)
(hard ; alk. paper)
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