Create Your Own Rubric (Faculty Only)

Description:

A rubric is a set of guidelines that helps make assessing student work more objective and consistent by listing criteria for "what counts." Creating a good rubric is not easy and often requires several iterations. During this workshop, several faculty members will share their experiences with rubrics. Rubric development techniques will then be shared and examples provided. Finally, you will have time to begin creating your own rubric.

Learning Goals:

After successfully completing this workshop you will be able to:

  • identify characteristics of effective rubrics.
  • begin developing an original rubric.

What to Bring:

The outline of an assignment or project for which you would like to create a rubric.

Handout(s):

In the Library:

  • Stevens and Levi - Introduction to Rubrics, 2nd Ed.

Online Resources:

Certificates:

Can apply toward these graduate student/postdoc certificates:

Visit the Events Page to register or check availability