Using Rubrics to Assess Student Work
Rubrics make grading criteria clearer to faculty and students, students turn in better work, and feedback is more objective and consistent. In this workshop, we explain how to develop and use rubrics. We will also introduce iRubric, a tool available within Sakai. If there is interest, a follow-up session can provide hands on with iRubric.
After successfully completing this workshop you will be able to:
- Identify and describe elements of a rubric
- Develop a rubric for use with low or high stakes assessment
- Implement rubrics in your assessment practices
- Add Handout Title and link to file on Google Drive (You will put the latest file in this folder on drive)
- N/A if no handout exists
In the Library:
- Add library resources if available, N/A if not.
- Learning from Students: Early Term Student Feedback in Higher Education. Rando, William C.
[Kaneb Center LB 2331 .R36 1994]
- Add other resources (external) if available, N/A if there are none.
- Evaluating and Improving Undergraduate Teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Fox and Hackerman, Editors (2003).