Most professional educators are sophisticated when using rubrics for evaluation, but in the ‘Assessment FOR Learning’ context, things can sometimes go wrong. In this little video clip from the Facilitator’s Guide, I talk about some of the ways to think about using rubrics in your classroom assessment practice.
After you take a look at the clip, you may consider setting up some rubrics for yourself. Click here for some questions to guide rubric development from The Facilitator’s Guide to Classroom Assessment K–12. I hope you find them helpful.
“If you don’t ask the right questions, you don’t get the right answers. A question asked in the right way often points to its own answer.”
~ Edward Hodnett
Click for more info about THE FACILITATOR’S GUIDE TO CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT K–12
All my best,
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