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.