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The Rubrics Cube- A Teachers Puzzle: Building Effective Rubrics for Assessment (Grades 2-8)

Rubrics are a great tools for assessment, but many teachers I know are somestimes hesitant to make their own. I'm a believer that the best rubric for any assessment I create is the rubric that is made for it. I used these resources to help me build, review, and utilize my own rubrics.
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The Rubrics Cube- A Teachers Puzzle: Building Effective Rubrics for Assessment (Grades 2-8)
  • pblchecklist.4teachers.org
    pblchecklist.4teachers.org

    Project Based Learning Checklists

    5 minute read
    Joe Lytle says:
    Ah, the checklist, cousin of the rubric. Handy and helpful this website has checklist resources that has a built in way for you to design for multiple grades and topics.
  • What Are Rubrics

    Website
    teachersfirst.com
    teachersfirst.com
    Joe Lytle says:
    A website that breaks down the pros and cons, types, characteristics, and justification for rubrics. (The last sections has some rubric resoures and websites!)
  • Joe Lytle says:
    A powerpoint based presentation that covers the types, purpose, and basically everything you need to know about creating the best rubric for your assessment packed into 11 minutes! This presentation forms the structure that I use for making rubrics in all of my subjects.
  • Create a New Rubric

    Website
    rubistar.4teachers.org
    rubistar.4teachers.org
    Joe Lytle says:
    A website which has categories to help you build your own rubric fast, easy, and free. Great for a teacher in a time crunch.
  • Joe Lytle says:
    A quick video that covers how using backwards design guides the construction of a rubric. The teacher featured in the video is a high school teacher, but her advice and approach works well in an elementary setting.
  • ascd.org
    ascd.org

    What Are Rubrics and Why Are They Important?

    10 minute read
    Joe Lytle says:
    A thourough overview on rubrics, why they are so important, and how to design and use your rubrics best for your classroom.