What is a rubric? How can I implement them as evaluation tools? How can I make better use of my existing rubrics? This bestseller answers these questions, providing all the necessary information to apply rubrics_from the classroom to the administrative office. Each chapter stands alone as a practical reference guide. The authors cover curriculum evaluation, student input into rubrics, cross-curricular approaches, rubric categories, specialty rubrics, and teacher evaluation. Easily adaptable samples, as well as plenty of descriptive scenarios, will give educators the information and confidence they need to create, utilize, and evaluate rubrics.
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Chapter 1 Preface: A Guide to Construction and Use in the School Chapter 2 Introduction: Why Is the Use of Rubrics Important? Chapter 3 Assessment That Drives Instruction Chapter 4 Program Rubrics Chapter 5 Student Implementation of the Rubric Chapter 6 Rubrics: Setting Criteria for Young Learners Chapter 7 Rubrics: A Cross-Curricular Approach to Assessment Chapter 8 Reading, Writing, and Classroom Rubrics: Ways to Motivate Quality Learning Chapter 9 Using Rubrics in Specialty Areas Chapter 10 Student Computer Use and Assessment Chapter 11 The Diverse Learner: Setting Meaningful Criteria Chapter 12 Rubrics: A Tool for Ongoing Teacher Evaluation
Properly used, a rubric can be useful and helpful. -- Paul Bodmer, associate executive director of the National Council of Teachers of English
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