Rubrics for Assessing Learning
Simply put, a rubric is an explanation of what a learner must do in order to score at a certain level on an assessment. One way to think about rubrics is that they objectivize subjective assessments. In other words, they provide a clear standard for grading, even for an assessment that doesn't have a single right answer.
Here is an example of a rubric for an assignment that asks students to come up with a behaviorist solution to a learning challenge:
Blue Web'n Applications Evaluation Rubric - In order to share only the best applications, we filter our database with the help of the following evaluation rubric.
Peer Review Evaluation Guide Created for the CyberFair participants.
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