Today we learned how to create rubrics.
I now know all the things I was doing wrong. It was easy to identify some poorly designed rubrics and how they can impact on learner performance not to mention the issues created for the institutions. I discovered that just having a rubric in place (the instrument) is not enough to provide complete feedback. You need to have an interpretation matrix outlining impacts of obtaining your rubric score. 
For instance, what does getting a 70% mean? Is that a pass or fail? Good or bad? So it's important to have a scoring scale.



Now that I know the art of creating rubrics, I can do it on anything! 
In class our rubric exercise was on cheese filled croissants, yummmm.

 


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