Rubrics Final

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PRESENTATION
ON
RUBRICS FOR
DIFFERENT MODULES
AIM
To appraise the faculty
members about rubrics
design for different modules
SCOPE
Basics of Rubrics
Rubrics Design for
 Thesis
 Capstone project
 Sessional
 Industrial Training
BASICS OF RUBRICS
INTRODUCTION
 The word derives from the Latin: rubrica, meaning red
chalk.
 “An authoritative rules” and “a guide listing
specific criteria for grading or scoring academic
papers, projects, or tests”.
 A simplified way to grade a complicated assignment.
 Rubrics are not a form of assessment, but are the
criteria for making an assessment.
 It articulates gradations of quality for each criterion,
holistically (from excellent to poor) and numerically
(5,4,3,2,1,0).
 As it is provided ahead of time, rubrics allow for
transparency, consistency and increased objectivity.
INTRODUCTION
• Rubrics:
– Objectify assessment
– Are a mechanism for assessing work
– Guide the learner
– Guide the assessor
– Help the learners to prioritize the tasks
– Are transparent
INTRODUCTION
• Rubrics can be used for assessing:
– Thesis
– Lab Reports
– Industrial Attachment/Visit
– Oral presentations
– Group Work
– Capstone Project
FORMAT FOR RUBRIC
SAMPLE OF RUBRICS
Criteria/
Scale
Poor
Moderate
Excellent
Organizati
on and
Learning
need
Does not
identify
organization
or learning
need
Identify the
organization
but does not
summarizes
the learning
need
2
/4
Identifies the
organization
and thoroughly
summarizes
the learning
need
4
Summarizes
some but not
all of the
relevant
learners
characteristics
6
Summarizes
all relevant
learner
characteristics
0
Learner
Characteri
stics
Summary
Does not
summarizes
the learners
characteristi
cs
0
12
Mar
ks
/12
QUESTION TO ASK WHEN
DESIGNING A RUBRIC
• What do I want to assess with this
assessment?
• Do I provide enough details for the
students?
• Will the scale encourage the students
to improve their performance?
• Are the points distributed properly?
• Is it clear how to move from one level
in the scale up to the next?
PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT
RUBRIC – TERMS TO BE USED
o
Needs Improvement...Satisfactory...Good...Exemplary
o
Beginning...Developing...Accomplished...Exemplary
o
Needs work...Good...Excellent
o
Novice...Apprentice...Proficient...Distinguished
o
Numeric scale ranging from 1 to 5, for example
TYPES OF RUBRICS
Rubrics
Analytic
Rubric
Holistic
Rubric
TYPES OF RUBRICS
• Holistic :
– Looks at the product or performance as a whole
• Analytic
– Breaks the performance or product into criteria
( Dimensions)
BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS
• Provide students with a great deal of
feedback
• Allow
the
students
to
clearly
understand expectations, thus why
they did or did not do well.
• Engage students’ critical thinking.
• Provide consistency, objectivity and
clarity to assessment.
BENEFITS FOR TEACHERS
• Save time for instructor.
• Remove the guessing game of
assessment.
• Provide consistency, objectivity and
clarity to assessment.
• Provide a lens with which a professor
can refine and improve his or her own
teaching.
BENEFITS FOR PARENTS
• Parents can feel more confident and
comfortable helping students with
homework because they know exactly
what is expected of their child.
Q&A
REMARKS BY COMMANDANT
Maj Gen Md Abul Khair, ndc, PEng
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