Scoring rubrics: what, when and how?. Moskal, Barbara M. Barbara M.
MoskalAssociate Director of the Center for Engineering Education Assistant Professor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Colorado School of Mines Scoring rubrics have become a common method for evaluating student work in both the K-12 and the college classrooms. The purpose of this paper is to describe the different types of scoring rubrics, explain why scoring rubrics are useful and provide a process for developing scoring rubrics. This paper concludes with a description of resources that contain examples of the different types of scoring rubrics and further guidance in the development process. What is a scoring rubric? Scoring rubrics are descriptive scoring schemes that are developed by teachers or other evaluators to guide the analysis of the products or processes of students' efforts (Brookhart, 1999). Figure 1. Checklist for Online Instructors: During the first week of class.
This orientation is organized into four stages of teaching an online class.
To download a printable copy of the complete checklist, click here. Before the course begins | The first week | Throughout the course | The last week Managerial Expectations Contact Missing Students and Draw in Participants Watch out for non-participants during the first week of class and contact them by phone to see if they have login/access difficulties. Effective assessments in online courses. Rubrics to the Rescue. By Melissa D.
Henning, M.Ed. Read this teacher-friendly article for an overview of the rationale for using rubrics and tools and tips for implementing rubrics as an assessment tool in your classroom. You will be able to create and start using rubrics for student assessment within an hour. What Are RubricsWhy Use Rubrics? What is Authentic Assessment? What is Authentic Assessment?
Definitions What Does Authentic Assessment Look Like? How is Authentic Assessment Similar to/Different from Traditional Assessment? Alternative Names for Authentic Assessment A form of assessment in which students are asked to perform real-world tasks that demonstrate meaningful application of essential knowledge and skills -- Jon Mueller "...Engaging and worthy problems or questions of importance, in which students must use knowledge to fashion performances effectively and creatively. The tasks are either replicas of or analogous to the kinds of problems faced by adult citizens and consumers or professionals in the field.
" -- Grant Wiggins -- (Wiggins, 1993, p. 229). An authentic assessment usually includes a task for students to perform and a rubric by which their performance on the task will be evaluated. Learner-centred assessment. Assessment is an integral part of your course design, but is it really measuring the learning that both you and your students most want to achieve?
Assessment should integrate grading, learning, and motivation for your students. Carefully planned assessment questions and methods make the time you spend grading assignments and tests worthwhile. Here are five suggestions to help you when planning assessment: Consider what you want your students to learn and tell them Effective assessment practices begin when you can complete the following sentence: "By the end of the course, I want my students to be able to …" Concrete verbs such as define, argue, solve, and create are more helpful for course planning than vague verbs such as know or understand or passive verbs such as be exposed to. BlendKit Course: BlendKit Reader: Chapter 3. Course Home | Schedule | Learning Activities | DIY Tasks | Readings | Blogging | Badges | Real Time Sessions/Archive | Stories Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5 Second Edition Edited by Kelvin Thompson, Ed.D.
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As online learning explodes in K-12 education, technology for students with physical differences is playing catch-up. By Bridget McCrea10/31/13 As a teacher of visually impaired high-school math students, Robin Lowell understands the importance of creating a seamless online environment where her pupils can learn without worrying about accessibility issues. Greeneville High School. Choice Boards. Differentiated Instruction in Learning Classrooms / B1 Exploration. Modules: Understanding | Exploration | Examples | Invitation | Reflection There is a plethora of tools that support students.
Differentiation is a lens through which we identify what will help learners connect and engage into concepts and content. Task: Take a deep breath, and dive in to 2-4. What is one standout that you find useful or interesting? What Kind of Student Are You? Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire. Multiple Intelligences Self-Assessment. Differentiation is an Expectation: A School Leader’s Guide to Building a Culture of Differentiation. Differentiation rubric for teachers.
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Interviews with the teacher and students offer perspectives on the value of using virtual worlds in the classroom . About the videoDownload video (Right-click or option-click) The diversity of the 21st-century classroom creates numerous challenges for teachers who may not have known the same diversity themselves as students. Among these, teachers must balance the requirements of high-stakes accountability while meeting the needs of diverse students within their classroom. Differentiating Instruction Through Interactive Games (Tech2Learn Series) Mr. Pronovost: Really trying to address giving every student what they need, and giving them that differentiated instruction is where the technology really comes in handy. Not only are they getting immediate feedback and they're able to move at their own pace, but then I'm also able to support the students who really need my support.
Today, what we are gonna talk about is addition and subtraction. If she gives away ten pencils, how many pencils will Teresa have left? Teaching disabilities. How Technology Is Helping Special-Needs Students Excel. For Kevin O'Brien, a seventh-grader with physical disabilities who attends Charlotte Wood Middle School in Danville, Calif., there's a definite difference between good and great when it comes to assistive technology. For years, he used a desktop version of Tobii Technology's eye-gaze device, which allowed him to type papers, participate in art classes, conduct online research, communicate with his teacher and do well academically. But it also tethered him to the classroom in which the wired device was located. So when a wireless version of the product came out last year, Wendy Burkhardt, assistive technology coordinator for the San Ramon Valley Unified School District of which CWMS is a part, immediately got it for O'Brien, who attached it to his wheelchair.
Now, she explains, "Kevin can be far more involved in group activities. He can converse with his peers, participate in class discussions, and do his homework, no matter where he is. Opening Up the Classroom. Differentiated Instruction in an Online Classroom. By Theresa Melenas, Ed.D. My role as an administrator and instructional coach in K-12 public education has me working collaboratively with teachers to create better learning opportunities for students. A majority of teachers I encounter need support in how to differentiate their instruction to reach all learners. The concept of differentiated instruction (DI) may seems to be only applicable to the bricks and mortar setting of a traditional classroom, but many DI strategies can enhance the educational experience of online adult learners. According to Tomlinson (2000), differentiation means tailoring instruction to meet individual needs, by differentiating the content, process, products, or the learning environment.
Online learning already addresses a differentiated learning environment; therefore, online differentiation should focus on the content, process and product. Some Considerations for Facilitating Online Interaction. In Facilitating a Virtual Community we looked at the rationale for online facilitation and some of the more common online faciliator roles. In this article we explore some of the basic considerations for facilitating online interaction. Understanding Member Roles and Behaviors We all know that humans will be, well, humans. Just as in offline community spaces, there are a range of behaviors that community hosts will encounter. These mirror offline behaviors, but manifest differently in the text only environment. Rules of the Road - Civility Please! When you first structure your community, one of your options is to specify your community norms, rules or procedures. The trick is to make the rules as simple and clear as possible. Some communities thrive under very loose, minimal rules.
Teaching with Technology Collaboratory - Improving the Use of Discussion Boards. Considerable research indicates that the effective use of discussion boards results in... Collison, G., Elbaum, B., Haavind, S., & Tinker, R. (2000). Facilitating online learning: Effective strategies for moderators. Atwood Publishing: Madison, WI. Eklund, J., & Eklund, P. Integrating the web and the teaching of technology: Cases across two universities. (1996).
Haggerty, N., Schneberger, S., & Carr, P. (2001). Discussion Rubric. Evaluation of Online Discussions Some of the online discussion assignments will be based on a template; Discussion Board Expectations. Discussion Board Etiquette. 15 Rules of Netiquette for Online Discussion Boards [INFOGRAPHIC] - Online Education Blog of Touro College. “Netiquette” refers to rules of etiquette that apply to online communication. Follow these 15 rules of netiquette to make sure you sound respectful, polite, and knowledgeable when you post to your class’s online discussion boards. Before posting your question to a discussion board, check if anyone has asked it already and received a reply. UNSW Teaching Staff Gateway Assessing by Discussion Board 2014 07 15. Blended Learning: Adding Asynchronous Discussions to Your F2F Classrooms.
This post was co-authored with Elizabeth Alderton, Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. --------- We have all done it: "participated" in a face-to-face discussion, nodding along in agreement, but not really present. Discussionboard. Untitled Document. Blended Teaching & Learning. 09 19404. Salman Khan on Liberating the Classroom for Creativity (Big Thinkers Series) Sal Khan: What Khan Academy is most known for is there's a library for about 2,500 videos. Right now they're all made by me in English, although we are translating them, and they're everything from basic addition all the way to vector calculus and the French Revolution. And there's a video on the debt ceiling, [ laughs ] so a very comprehensive set of videos, and we keep add -- I keep adding more right now.
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Here are some tips to help you prepare, create and deliver engaging online courses. Prepare Regardless of whether you’re creating your own content or you’re investing in an instructional designer to do so, you are going to have to outline a plan for your course content. The first step in creating your course is to identify the learning outcomes or goals that you want learners to achieve from completing your course. Create You’ve finalised the course structure and identified the content you need so now it’s time to start creating that content.
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