Citing developmental characteristics of each grade level, A Complete Guide to Rubrics presents examples and adaptations of assessment rubrics on a variety of subjects. It features examples of teacher-created rubrics, Internet resources, and additional chapters devoted to assessing technological topics, including blogging. This book will be of interest to all educators who are required to assess student performance.
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About the Author
Audrey M. Quinlan teaches undergraduate and graduate methods courses in language arts and elementary math to preservice teachers at Seton Hill University, Pennsylvania, where she also supervises student teachers.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Background: What is a Rubric and Why Bother? Chapter 2 Checklists, Performance Lists, or Rubrics: Which Tool is Right for Me? Chapter 3 Using Rubrics in Primary Grades Chapter 4 Using Rubrics in the Intermediate Grades Chapter 5 Using Rubrics in Middle School or Junior High School Chapter 6 Using Rubrics in High School Chapter 7 Rubrics with Adult Learners Chapter 8 Rubrics for Computer Products and Presentations Chapter 9 Rubrics for Online Activities Chapter 10 How to Create Your Own Rubrics Chapter 11 Student-Generated Rubrics Chapter 12 Teaching Others to Use Rubrics Chapter 13 Using Rubrics in the Real World Chapter 14 Rubric Websites