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Rubrics are used more and more to evaluate assignments and tasks. They can be a helpful tool for assessors and students alike.
For a teaching team rubrics can help to specify and make explicit what ‘good’ or ‘sufficient’ behaviour/ work looks like. That way they provide guidance on how products or behaviour are valued on different criteria. Rubrics can be used for feed-up, feed-back and feed-forward to facilitate students in their development. They can be helpful tools for teachers, but are also excellent aids for self-assessment and peer-review.
In this session we will explore how you can use rubrics to facilitate student learning. We will start with a short general introduction on rubrics and have some small exercises to experience different aspects of using and developing rubrics.
After this session you are able to decide how you can put rubrics to use in your teaching context.
This workshop is planned on demand.
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