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Writing a rubric that can accurately evaluate student work can be tricky. Rather than a single right or wrong answer, rubrics leave room for interpretation and thus subjectivity. How does a teacher who wants to use performance-based assessment in this day and age of educational data and SMART goals find a way to reliably assess student work? The solution is to write clear rubrics that allow the evaluator to objectively assess student work. This book will show classroom teachers not only how to create their own objective rubrics, which can be used to evaluate performance assessments, but also how to develop rubrics that measure hard-to-assess skills, such as leadership and grit, and how to empower their own students to create rubrics that are tailored to their work.… (mere)
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Titel:Using Rubrics for Performance-Based Assessment: A Practical Guide to Evaluating Student Work
Forfattere:Todd Stanley (Forfatter)
Info:Prufrock Press (2019), 150 pages
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As a high school English teacher, I am constantly searching for & developing alternate modes of assessment. Because students are subjected to near-constant multiple-choice tests with some authentic written assessments, I try to incorporate performance-based assessments whenever possible. With a focus on project-based learning in the 21st century, assessments that break the "objective", one answer mold are increasingly popular. A focus on rubrics goes hand-in-hand with these, as rubrics offer the best mode of feedback between teachers & students (short of one-on-one discussions).

Stanley's book is a valuable tool for any educator looking to develop these kinds of assessments, & to use rubrics for evaluation. He breaks down common misconceptions & misuses of rubrics, & highlights the criteria for effective rubrics. He devotes a chapter to exploring poorly written examples, & walks the reader through the process of applying sample rubrics to different assessments. I appreciated his attention to student needs & input as well; he thoroughly covers how to engage students in their own learning through the careful teaching of rubrics, & remaining consistent with rubric use.

Finally, he explores different ways to use rubrics for grading. Because grading varies so much from person to person & class to class, seeing multiple examples of how to approach rubric grading was a welcome inclusion. Overall, Stanley's book is an effective & clear introduction to rubric use for authentic assessment.
  porcupineracetrack | Nov 1, 2019 |
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Subjective measures have long been the staple in determining whether a student is succeeding. With the development of SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-related) goals was a desire to conduct student assessments that measure actual student growth. But as Todd Stanley notes there is a need for soft, 21st century skills for students such as collaboration, critical thinking, leadership, leadership and problem solving. If we focus to much on the SMART goals, we neglect the soft skills. The objective of this book is help instructors measure the critical soft skills through the development of objective rubrics. Writing a rubric that can evaluate a student’s work is difficult at best. This volume aids in writing clear rubrics that permit a more objective assessment, including measuring hard to assess skills. ( )
  sherman1951 | Aug 19, 2019 |
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What I love about this book is the way Stanley discusses how to assess/write rubrics for hard-to-assess skills I don't know if I actually will have *time* to write such solid rubrics as he suggests --I understand a good rubric saves me time later, but if I don't have the up-front time, I don't have it. But this one's definitely coming with me to my office so I have it handy for reference. ( )
  jwpell | Jul 22, 2019 |
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This book is great for educators who are looking to improve their rubrics and assess rubrics previously used. It helps explain how to create objective rubrics. I like that the book provides steps to creating your own rubric. There are plenty of examples to support rubric development and ways to provide feedback to students. I liked that there was an assessment after the chapters to test the reader's understanding. This will be a go-to book in my resource collection. Thank you! ( )
  KWROLSEN | Jun 14, 2019 |
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Great book with lots of helpful examples. ( )
  librariansuzanne | Jun 3, 2019 |
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Writing a rubric that can accurately evaluate student work can be tricky. Rather than a single right or wrong answer, rubrics leave room for interpretation and thus subjectivity. How does a teacher who wants to use performance-based assessment in this day and age of educational data and SMART goals find a way to reliably assess student work? The solution is to write clear rubrics that allow the evaluator to objectively assess student work. This book will show classroom teachers not only how to create their own objective rubrics, which can be used to evaluate performance assessments, but also how to develop rubrics that measure hard-to-assess skills, such as leadership and grit, and how to empower their own students to create rubrics that are tailored to their work.

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