Save Time & Get Better Student Work:
Developing & Using Rubrics
Monday, November 17, 2014
12:15 – 1:45
Carr-Collins 101 – bring your lunch
Tired of writing the same comments over and over on student papers and tests? Wonder why the students don't seem to understand the requirements of your assignment? Consider using rubrics. This hands-on workshop will teach you how to create and use rubrics that will both save you time and improve the instruction and feedback you provide to your students. Bring an actual assignment from one of your classes to work on developing a rubric during this workshop.
Pre-Session Participant Assignment:
1. Think of one question about rubrics you'd like this session to answer, and email your question to Ann Batenburg.
2. Bring with you to the session one student assignment for which you'd like to develop a rubric.
3. Bring with you to the session a laptop or tablet computer.
Ann Batenburg, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning
Related CTE Resources: Assessing Student Work
Library Resources: Rubrics