Rubrics for showing Rubrics for learning

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Rubrics for showing Rubrics for learning Dannelle D. Stevens, Ph.D. Portland State University

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Overview of Keynote What is a rubric? Do you "require" a rubric? What do rubrics need to do with learning? How do rubrics contract the hole between showing & learning? What impacts do rubrics have on understudy learning? What impacts do rubrics have on your educating?

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What is a rubric? A rubric is an approach to review understudy work. It is a portrayal of the task or assignment laid out on a lattice. It has 4 essential parts: TASK DESCRIPTION DIMENSIONS SCALE or levels of execution DESCRIPTION OF THE DIMENSIONS

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A rubric resembles this… .

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"rubric" originates from… From Latin, "rubrica" red earth for shading, red chalk. That part of any work in early original copies and typography which was hued red, to recognize it from different segments. A heading imprinted in red or a unique sort… . A rubric today holds its association with legitimate administer and especially to "redness." Rubrics partition a task up into its segment parts and give a definite depiction of what constitutes worthy or unsuitable leves of execution for each of its parts .

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Do you require a rubric? In the event that you concur with no less than three of the accompanying explanations, you require a rubric…

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What do rubrics need to do with understudy learning? 1. Formative contrasts 2. Beneficial encounters 3. Section perusing ====> Constructivism… . Learners build importance in view of their own experience… .

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The correspondence hole

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How do rubrics limit the hole amongst learning and educating? One way… … . Understudies like rubrics… "It was the reason I took this class. Somebody said you had clear rubrics." "clarity, clarity, clarity" "Rubrics separate the task into edible parts in an unmistakable, composed way." "I find that I read the rubric, compose my paper and afterward backtrack to verify whether I have everything. If not, I include. I regularly put in progressively that the rubric states." "I cherished them"

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What impact do rubrics have on understudy learning? Increment understudy learning through better, more opportune criticism Increases inspiration in view of clear desires Guide understudies to be more autonomous learners, screen their own particular work better: increment metacognition Improve correspondence with coaches, composing focus, peers

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What impact do rubrics have on your teaching? Reduce reviewing time More consistency in evaluating Fewer office visits by perplexed understudies Less time in class depicting an intricate task Able to check where understudies are not learning-association, thoughts, arranging?? More noteworthy clarity for you, as well.

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A last note Let's thin the crevice between what we instruct and what understudies realize by utilizing rubrics… .