Watch this video to get a feel for what this course will be covering.
Module Category: rubrics
Watch this video on allocating scores.
Watch this video on how to develop descriptors for a rubric.
Watch this video on how to Determine the Levels for a rubric. This is often the section of the rubric most poorly developed. It can affect the quality of the assessment.
Watch this video on how to develop criteria for a rubric. How to determine the Criteria? Use the Task Expectation (which should have been derived from the curriculum) together with the curriculum to identify a list of criteria. These will come directly from your curriculum content your task expectations skills required from the particular subject, …
Task Expectation is the most important factor in developing a rubric. It ensures that the rubric evaluates the original intention of the task. Watch this video on how to set the task expectation. How to determine Task Expectations? Look back at the curriculum and ask yourself what it is that you want the learners to …
This section includes a number of examples of rubrics, which you can use in your teaching and assessment. Look carefully at the descriptors as these will provide you with some guidance when developing your rubrics. The examples include: Completed rubric Oral rubric Essay Rubric Observation tool
This document gives an outline of the steps and process involved in developing an effective rubric.
Watch the video on ‘Introduction to Rubrics’. It includes the Components of a Rubric and the Outline for Developing a Rubric.