1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 12 An authoritative set of rules which can be used as a means of evaluation.
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A rubric is the guide used to score performance assessments in a reliable, fair, and valid manner and is generally composed of dimensions for judging student performance, a scale for rating performances on each dimension, and standards of excellence for specified performance levels. Analytic Scoring. Analytic scoring provides separate scores for multiple dimensions of student work. Analytic scoring allows for more specific and detailed feedback than holistic scoring. Typically, four- to six-point scales are used to score each dimension of student work. Generic Rubric. A generic rubric provides general scoring guidelines that can be used for multiple tasks. Holistic Scoring. Holistic scoring reflects an overall impression of student work and is typically based on a four- to six-point scale indicating specified performance levels. Holistic scoring may be task-specific or generic. Task-specific Rubric. A task-specific rubric provides scoring guidelines that are only appropriate for a particular task.
A set of criteria specifying the characteristics of a learning outcome and the levels of achievement in each characteristic.
A rubric is a printed set of guidelines that distinguishes performances or products of different quality.
Description of the standards that will be used to judge a student's work on each of the criteria or important dimensions of learning. It is a scoring guide that is used in subjective appraisals of student work. It makes explicit statements about the expected qualities of performance at each point on a scale.
a guide for scoring student performances and products. Rubrics are built from criteria that describe the characteristics of products or performances using a scaledescriptions or numbers that indicate levels of performance. For example: 4 points for distinguished, 3 points for proficient, 2 points for apprentice, 1 point for novice. for young learners: 3 points for ready to share 2 points for on the way, 1 point for just beginning. Rubrics often include sample responses that show various points on the scale.
An established set of criteria used to score student performance on assessments.
A scoring tool that lists the criteria for a piece of work, or "what counts" (for example, purpose, organization, and mechanics are often what count in a piece of writing); it also articulates gradations of quality for each criterion, from excellent to poor.
guide for judgment or scoring, consisting of pre-established performance criteria; a description of expectations in assessment; a rating scale that is used for performance assessment as opposed to a checklist.
A scoring tool that lists criteria for evaluating a piece of work and defines gradations or levels of quality from poor to excellent. It is used to evaluate students' work or to guide students to desired performance levels.
A set of instructions or guidance provided for students completing examinations or assessment tasks.
a breakdown of what levels of performance a student is expected to demonstrate in order to achieve a certain grade
a carefully designed ratings chart that is drawn up jointly by teacher and students
a criteria rating scale whichgives the teachers a tool that allows them to ack studentperformance
a criteria-rating scale, which gives the teachers a tool that allows them to track student performance
a criteria-rating scale, which provides the instructor with a tool to track student performance
a device for organizing and interpreting data gathered from observations of student performance
a general guide for scoring
a grading sheet that describes the criteria of success
a grading tool used to assign points or values for meeting performance criteria
a graduated performance indicator that assesses student performance and measures the effectiveness of a lesson
a guide, usually presented as a chart, which identifies and describes various levels of performance on any given assignment
a listing of the specific elements or ingredients of performance against which performance ratings are made
a list of requirements or a guideline for a piece of assigned work
a list of skills that are assessed
a matrix formed by defining standards based on criteria, and plotting different levels of performance against those criteria
a means of a measures students' mastery of learning objectives
a means of measuring students' mastery of the learning objectives
an authentic assessment tool used to measure students' work
an authentic assessment tool which is particularly useful in assessing tasks which are complex and subjective
an established, written set of criteria for scoring students' responses
an evaluation tool that lets the student know exactly what is expected of them in an assignment
an expandable scoring guide that specifies the criteria for performance along a continuum
an instrument that serves as a guideline for evaluating student work
a rating scale and list of criteria by which student knowledge, skills, and/or performance can be assessed
a rating system by which teachers can determine at what level of proficiency a student is able to perform a task or display knowledge of a concept
a review tool that helps to ensure that all games are scored as consistently as possible
a scale that describes various levels of proficiency for a learning performance
a scoring grid or scale that features a description of the primary traits or essential components of a completed piece of writing, along with associated grades/evaluation levels
a scoring guide, a list of characteristics or criteria for low-, middle-, and high-quality papers
a scoring guideline for evaluating student work
a scoring system that shows ranges of success as specifically as possible
a set of assessment criteria specifying the characteristics, knowledge, and/or competencies that indicate a student's particular level of achievement
a set of categories which define and describe the important components of the work being completed, critiqued, or assessed
a set of clear standards that informs students of expectations for an assignment
a set of criteria for assessing student work or performance
a set of criteria that describes student performance at different levels of proficiency
a set of criteria used to assess student learning
a set of criteria used to determine scoring for an assignment, performance, or product
a set of criteria used to discriminate between different degrees of quality or levels of proficiency as one judges samples of student work
a set of guidelines for judging work on a performance task
a set of guidelines for scoring which generally states all of the dimensions being assessed, contains a scale, and helps the grader place the given work on the scale
a set of guidelines, which specifies how to evaluate levels of performance
a set of rules to give direction to the scoring of a task or activity
a set of scoring criteria that a teacher or other person uses to evaluate responses to a performance assessment task
a set of scoring guidelines for evaluating student work
a set of scoring guidelines for giving scores to students work
a statement of criteria that specifies aspects of performance and the level or standard that students are expected to demonstrate in the assessment
a table or chart where a teacher lists the criteria that will be used to assess a certain project
a tool designed to assess student performance
a tool for scoring/evaluating (i
a tool or standard by which a teacher judges samples of student work
a tool that has the potential for helping a teacher formatively assess a student performance during the teaching/learning process by clearly establishing the standards and quality expectations
a tool that is used to evaluate a lesson
a tool used in authentic assessment
a tool used to measure the quality of an assignment or a piece of writing
a working guide for students and teachers, usually handed out before the assignment begins in order to get students to think about the criteria on which their work will be judged
a guide for scoring student performances and products. Rubrics are built from criteria that describe the characteristics of products or performances using a scaledescriptions or numbers that indicate levels of performance. A rubric may also be holistic - a rule grading a whole piece with one score, or analytic - scoring specific aspects of the piece separately.)
a checklist of requirements used for assessment of written work.
An instrument that defines the criteria and levels of performance to be assessed. A rubric is used to evaluate student performance in performance tasks. Students are given the rubric up front so they have a clear understanding of the desired performance.
A set of scoring guidelines for assessing student work.
An assessment or evaluative device based on the identified criteria taken from the content standards. Points or words are assigned to each phrase or level of accomplishment. This method gives feedback to the students about their work in key categories, and it can be used to communicate student performance to parents and administrators.
a set of scoring guidelines that can be used to evaluate students' work.
Established performance criteria to be measured (knowledge and skills); using a point scale which describes the level of performance.
A scoring guide that gives specific criteria on which a piece of student work will be evaluated based on standards for student performance
A rubric, or scoring guide, is a description of the attributes for each of the score levels for a specific question on a performance assessment. A rubric helps score raters apply consistent scores to students' work.
a scoring guide for evaluating the quality of work or products to answer the question: What does mastery, and varying degrees of mastery, look like? Has three essential features: evaluative criteria, quality definitions, and a scoring strategy, which may be either holistic or analytic.
uses | notes: 0 | add note used on: A Generic Rubric for Evaluating ePortfolios A scoring tool that lists the criteria for a piece of work, or "what counts". For example, a rubric for an essay might tell students that their work will be judged on purpose, organization, details, voice, and mechanics. name note
Tool to distinguish different levels of performance based on verbal description
A scale, guide, or continuum that is created to clarify expectations for a given projects and to give a specific feedback
An assessment tool for making scoring decisions; a printed set of guidelines that distinguishes performances or products of different quality. See Scoring guide
An evaluation tool which uses a set of criteria and a rating/scoring guide predetermined by the evaluator(s). Rubrics can be used for evaluating presentations, projects, portfolios, and so on.
An established set of scoring criteria, organized into increasing levels of achievement, used to rate a student's performance. Rubrics contain a scale (e.g. 5,4,3,2,1 or "distinguished, proficient, apprentice, novice" or "rarely, sometimes, frequently, extensively") and a detailed description of the features/characteristics of work at each point on the scale. Rubrics are usually provided to students before the assessment occurs. (SCASS/NFA)
A scoring guide for rating proficiencies and skills.
a "scoring criteria based on descriptions of what to look for in a student response to an open-ended question" or problem. canner: a peripheral device used to take a picture of a hard-copy image or picture and transfer it into a computer.
An assessment tool used to evaluate the extent to which content was understood by others
The appendix in this teacher's book contains many rubrics, which are specific guides £¨often in the form of diagram£©for measuring a student task or performance£®Teachers use rubrics to more easily evaluate student activities£®Students are often given the rubric, or may even help develop it, so they know in advance what they are expected to do
In general a rubric is a scoring guide used in subjective assessments. A rubric implies that a rule defining the criteria of an assessment system is followed in evaluation. A rubric can be an explicit description of performance characteristics corresponding to a point on a rating scale. A scoring rubric makes explicit expected qualities of performance on a rating scale or the definition of a single scoring point on a scale.
Scoring guides for the assessment and evaluation of student work that have two characteristics: 1) a list of criteria, and 2) descriptions of varying levels of quality for each criterion.
A rubric is a printed set of scoring guidelines (criteria) for evaluating work (a performance or a product) and for giving feedback. Rubrics are a critical and vital link between assessment and instruction.
Specific sets of criteria that clearly define for both student and teacher what a range of acceptable and unacceptable performance looks like. Criteria define descriptors of ability at each level of performance and assign values to each level. Levels referred to are proficiency levels which describe a continuum from excellent to unacceptable product.(System for Adult Basic Education Support)
A scoring tool, or set of criteria, used to evaluate a student's test performance.
scoring guide composed of set criteria used to evaluate a student's performance, product, or project. The criteria describe the characteristics of the performance, product and/or project.
A set of general criteria organised on a fixed scale, used to assess a learner's progress in relation to a learning statement. A rubric offers a continuum that helps teachers to assess children's learning consistently.
Guide for critiquing the effectiveness of products and for planning product design, a tool for assessment, and a process of establishing the essential goals and assessment criteria of products. MORE Close
A set of general criteria used to evaluate a student's performance in a given outcome area. Rubrics consist of a fixed measurement scale and a list of criteria that describe the character of products or performances for each score point.
A guide for judgment or scoring; a description of expectations.
An established set of criteria for scoring or rating student's tests, portfolios and/or performance.
A generic scoring tool used to evaluate a student's performance in a given outcome area. Rubrics consist of a fixed measurement scale (e.g. 4-point) and a list of criteria that describe the characteristics of products or performances for each score point. Rubrics are frequently accompanied by examples (anchors) of student products or performances to illustrate each of the points on the scale. (McTighe & Ferrara)
A scoring rubric consists of fixed scales related to a list of criteria describing performance. Each scale is composed of anchors that describe the various levels of performance com- plexity. Assigned weights, which give the relative value of each criterion, are used in the process of sumniating scores to ascertain whether the standard has been met. Rubrics promote learning by offering clear performance targets to students for agreed-upon standards. Rubrics are presented to students along with the performance task.
A rubric is a marking system used by teachers, consisting of a chart of criteria for evaluation of students' work.