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Evaluating Internet Research and Multimedia Projects:
How to Hit a Moving Target!
By Caroline McCullen, Instructional Technologist, SAS
Collaborating Partner, MEGA
- Why Rubrics?
Project Examples - How Would You Evaluate These?
- What *exactly* is a Rubric?
- Rubric Examples
- A Process
for constructing effective rubrics (Animated PowerPoint Slide)
- Finding Your Personal Context: Where is Your
- Start with your Standards
- Developing Effective Performance Tasks
- Does the task match the desired
- Is it clearly defined? (Find help
in Rubric Construction Kit below)
- Does it include choices?
- Does it require critical thinking?
- Is it authentic
- Is it broad enough to measure
several outcomes at once? Multiple skills?
- Is it fair and free from bias?
- Is the outcome really worth
constructing a rubric to evaluate it?
7. Rubric Construction Kit
8. Have a Rubric Festival! Share Your
Masterpiece with a neighbor!
Chicago Public Schools
Instructional Intranet. Chicago: Chicago Board of Education, 2000. Nov. 10,
Jackson, Anthony W.,
Gayle Davis. Turning Points 2000. Educating Adolescents in the 21st
Century. New York, NY: Teachers College Press, 2000.
McTighe, Jay, Grant
Wiggins. The Understanding By Design Handbook. Alexandria, VA:
Association for Supervision and Curriculum and Development, 1999.
Created: 10/11/97 Updated: