Rubrics and Assessment
The Testing Center at GCC
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Sample Rubrics and Insight into Rubric Development
- This link to Carnegie Mellon University provides a strong induction to using rubrics and examples of rubrics for assignments, projects, presentations and more.
- A simple how-to for creating a rubric. How to Create a Grading Rubric
- MA is now designated as a Leap State which means that the AACU Value Rubrics are important for measuring program level student outcomes. Look at this resource for more information on Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education (VALUE).
- Examples of rubrics for assessing different types of learning, multiple disciplines and skills, look at Stephen F Austin State University, Association for the Assessment in Higher Education or the University of West Florida.
Sample Rubrics from GCC
- Rubric for Written Papers: used in PSY 101 classes taught by Anne Wiley, for Short 4-5 page research/reaction papers. PSY 101 Grading Rubric for Written Papers
- Rubric for Self Assessment for Course Notebook: used in PSY 101 classes taught by Anne Wiley, For Students to Self Assess their Course Notebooks Class-Notebook-Self-Assessment-S12
- Rubric for Online Discussion Forums: used in PSY 101 online taught by Anne Wiley. Online_Discussion_Rubric2_1_12
- Ideas for grading discussions Grading Participation: An Alternative to Talking for Points
A helpful primer on assessment from Carnegie Mellon.
Consider new and innovative approaches to assessment in online classes.