Rubric's Cube by Rich Slatta
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This brief essay will introduce you to:
  1. WHAT rubrics are
  2. Rubiks CubeWHY we should use rubrics
  3. Characteristics of good, fair, and poor rubrics
  4. Steps in Creating Rubrics
  5. Generic Rubric Template
  6. Example of a Rubric: Class Discussion
  7. Rubric for History Essays
  8. Example of a Rubric: Oral Report
  9. Online Sources of Information Creating and Implementing Rubrics [actual sites not accessible without an Internet connection]
  10. For additional and more detailed rubrics, visit my How to page for History Students
  11. See also Jon Mueller's excellent Authentic Assessment Toolbox
  • About the author of Rubrics Cube
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