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1 The Value of a Framework

2 Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

3 Rubrics and Assessment Veronica Diaz, PhD Maricopa Community Colleges 3

4 Rubrics  Specifically state the criteria for evaluating student work  Are more specific, detailed, and disaggregated than a grade and can help students to succeed before a final grade  Can be created from  Language in assignments  Comments on students’ papers, or  Handouts intended to help students complete an assignment

5 Development Steps  Identify what you are assessing (e.g., critical thinking, writing, process, participation)  Identify the characteristics/behavior of what you are assessing (e.g., presenting, problem- solving)  Decide what kind of scales you will use to score the rubric (e.g. checklists, numerical, qualitative, or numerical-qualitative)  Describe the best work you could expect using these characteristics: top category  Describe the worst acceptable product using these characteristics: lowest category

6 More Steps  Develop descriptions of intermediate-level products and assign them to intermediate categories:  1-5: unacceptable, marginal, acceptable, good, outstanding  1-5: novice, competent, exemplary  Other meaningful set  Test it out with colleagues or students by applying it to some products or behaviors and revise as needed to eliminate ambiguities

7 Rubric Tips  Develop the rubric with your students  Use same rubric that was used to grade  Use examples to share with students, so they can begin to understand what excellent, good, and poor work looks like  Have students grade sample products using a rubric to help them understand how they are applied  In a peer-review process, have students apply the rubric to eachother’s work before submitting it for official grading

8 Benefits  Allows assessment to be more objective and consistent  Focuses instruction to clarify criteria in specific terms  Clearly shows the student how their work will be evaluated and what is expected  Promotes student awareness of about the criteria to use in assessing peer evaluation

9 Rubric Resources            Rubric Template:

10 Activity  Consider how you might use or modify one of these for your course  Share in chat

11 The Value of Tools Veronica Diaz, PhD Maricopa Community Colleges 11

12 Blogs     

13 Wikis    _Page _Page   

14 Web 2.0 Tool Videos  Blogs Blogs  Wikis Wikis  Social bookmarking Social bookmarking  Social networking Social networking  Social media Social media  RSS RSS  Podcasting Podcasting  Web searches Web searches  Google Docs Google Docs  Google Reader Google Reader


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