Definitions for "Rubric"
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.
A description of a specific level of performance within a performance scale. [ A-C] [ D-F] [ G-I] [ J-L] [ M-O] [ P-R] [ S-U] [ V-Z] [ Table Of Contents
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.
Keywords:  adorn, manuscript, chapter, latin, red
That part of any work in the early manuscripts and typography which was colored red, to distinguish it from other portions.
A titlepage, or part of it, especially that giving the date and place of printing; also, the initial letters, etc., when printed in red.
The title of a statute; -- so called as being anciently written in red letters.
A brief statement describing a certain quantity or quality of work, learning or behavior. Rubrics are often organized in descending order, with statements describing, for example, excellent behavior, good behavior, acceptable behavior, and poor behavior.
a key that describes varying levels of quality from excellent to poor for a specific assignment, skill, project, essay, research paper or performance
a paper of information of how to do our essays good to deserve an A
Written instructions or explanation clarifying how individuals should act or respond; see also grading rubric.
an explanation or definition of an obscure word in a text
the group of letters or symbols in a rebus, usually above the verse, that indicates the answer. This is far from a complete definition -- a rubric can also be the absence of something, a misspelled word, and lots of cetera. Please refer to the description of the rebus and Solving and Composing the Rebus and Rebade for complete explanations.
The directions and rules for the conduct of service, formerly written or printed in red; hence, also, an ecclesiastical or episcopal injunction; -- usually in the plural.
an authoritative rule of conduct or procedure
directions for the conduct of Christian church services (often printed in red in a prayer book)
A rubric is a symptom in the repertory. Under this symptom may be listed any number of remedies which have produced and/or cured this symptoms. An example would be “VERTIGO, Relaxation after”. The two remedies are Calcarea carbonica and Lachesis
Keywords:  worksheet, misused
a worksheet, but it can also be misused too
Keywords:  preamble, alternative, term
An alternative term for Preamble.
Keywords:  grade, judge, grid, scale, something
a piece of information used to judge or grade a report or presentation
a grading scale
a grid that helps you grade papers
a heading that names a statute or legislative bill; may give a brief summary of the matters it deals with; "Title 8 provided federal help for schools"
category name; "it is usually discussed under the rubric of `functional obesity'"
Keywords:  pertaining
Of or pertaining to the rubric or rubrics.
a ritual or ceremonial direction printed at the beginning of an order of service or in the course of the text
Hence, that which is established or settled, as by authority; a thing definitely settled or fixed.
Keywords:  decided, facts, main, note, head
note at the head of a law report setting out the main facts and the point of law decided