Rubrics: From Creation to Use in [email protected]

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Rubrics:
From Creation to Use in
[email protected]
John Thomson
DoIT Academic Technology, [email protected]
Beth Fahlberg
School of Nursing, [email protected]
Introduction to rubrics
1. Examples, benefits, drawbacks
2. Electronic rubrics in D2L ([email protected])
3. Experiences in a teaching team
4. Group work
5. Quick demonstration
What is a rubric?
Traditional rubric used in grading
Benefits of using rubrics
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Provides direction for students before and
after an assignment
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Facilitates feedback
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Promotes grading consistency
Drawbacks of traditional* rubrics
* Paper or document file rubric
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Cumbersome & inefficient
Process of grading using doc file rubrics
1. Open/ find student assignment
2. Open correct rubric file
3. Remember to save the rubric as a new file with the
student's name in a place you can find it later
4. Grade assignment & enter feedback
5. Add up points
6. Enter grade in online gradebook
7. Upload correct file for correct student and assignment
Drawbacks of traditional* rubrics
* Paper or document file rubric
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Possibility of error at several points
Challenging to use information for assessment
of learning outcomes
Paper Rubrics
Such Fun!
http://magazine.uchicago.edu/0106/features/
WHAT IF???
Rubrics could be efficient as well as effective?
Rubrics in [email protected]
[email protected] Rubric- graded assignment
[email protected] Rubric performance
feedback
Grades & feedback easily edited &
transferred from rubric to gradebook
Benefits of [email protected] Rubrics
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Saves time!!
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Reduces error
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Promotes effective communication
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Faculty-student
Faculty-faculty
Ease of access & revision
Experiences of teaching team
Barb King
Paul Larson
Fanglin Kuo
• Rubrics were efficient for grading papers
• Promoted consistency and communication
between graders
Nursing 433 Fall 2012
Clinical assessment rubric
Document converted to online format, piloted
with one group at two points in time
Challenges:
Making criteria specific enough
Differentiating between each level
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Additional challenges with graded rubrics
Ensuring assigned points are internally
consistent with expectations and syllabus
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Nursing 319, Spring 2013
Experiences using [email protected] rubric for
clinical performance evaluation
Observations of performance and learning
easily entered:
At clinical site
Reading weekly journals
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Better & more frequent feedback for students
Streamlined evaluation process
Rubric development in [email protected]
1. Plan
2. Draft in D2L
3. Publish to grade student work
Rubric development in [email protected]
Lingo:
Analytic vs Holistic
Criteria & Levels
Range
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Best used in:
Dropbox
Gradebook
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Be sure to distinguish between
different criteria
Group work: creating a rubric
Find a partner!
Using one of the example assignments, or one
of your own, draft a rubric.
Use the VALUE rubric as an example of good
level definitions.
Be ready to trade your rubric with another pair.
Resources
VALUE rubrics from AACU - institutional rubrics for
essential learning outcomes
http://www.aacu.org/value/rubrics/
iRubric - example rubrics from a number of disciplines
http://www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm
Rubrics orientation in Desire2Learn ([email protected])
https://kb.wisc.edu/27857
Creating & Editing a Rubric
https://kb.wisc.edu/27621
Thanks!
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