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1 Rubrics - Make your life easy Center for Distance Education Instructional Design Services Dr. Prasanthi Pallapu

2 Resources Course online in Pearson Learning Studio Sample Rubrics

3 Definition Merriam-Webster ‘a guide listing specific criteria for grading or scoring academic papers, projects, or tests’

4 Why? For Students: – To review the set expectations for a specific task – To submit a better quality work – To receive feedback on student learning during the process – Examples: Playing a musical instrument; Speech; end product – Examples: Reports, Research Papers, etc.

5 Why? For instructors – To focus on student centered learning on what students should learn on what instructors should teach – Guide and evaluate student performance – To be consistent and fair while grading

6 Types of Rubrics Two types of rubrics – Holistic & – Analytic

7 Holistic All criteria are assessed simultaneously Faster as it takes less time Does not provide or communicate feedback for improvement Source: From Assessment and Grading in Classrooms (p. 201), by Susan M. Brookhart and Anthony J. Nitko, 2008, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. Copyright 2008 by Pearson Education.

8 Sample http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/aa/academic_technology/itss/beachboard/d2l/instructors/rubrics/printer_friendly/createrubric_printerfriendly.html

9 Analytic Each criterion is assessed individually or separately Takes more time to assess Provides and communicates feedback for improvement Source: From Assessment and Grading in Classrooms (p. 201), by Susan M. Brookhart and Anthony J. Nitko, 2008, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. Copyright 2008 by Pearson Education.

10 Sample http://www.slideshare.net/missreynova/a-sample-of-analytic-scoring-rubrics

11 Rubrics in the Online Course Three steps: 1.Prepare your rubric in a word processing program 2.Make it available to students under Course Home Preferably in a PDF format to print Easy to upload to the course 3.Add it to the Online Course for grading

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14 Rubrics Samples Initial Response to a Discussion topic Participation in Discussion Resources: RubiStar Teacher Planet

15 Demonstration How to build the rubric – Handout Handout How to grade Student View

16 Questions

17 Upper Iowa University Upper Iowa University www.uiu.edu CDE Professional Development Schedule

18 Upper Iowa University Upper Iowa University www.uiu.edu Center for Distance Education Education Services cdefaculty@uiu.edu Invitations to teach and course assignmentscdefaculty@uiu.edu eLearning Team elearning@uiu.edu Faculty training courses, academic course access, students enrollmentselearning@uiu.edu Instructional Design Services idservices@uiu.edu Online course design and development.idservices@uiu.edu UIU CDE Resources Website UIU CDE Faculty Tutorials Website


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