Creating a rubric is easy once you have taken to time to evaluate the dimesions/tasks which make up the students performance, and the criterion you will use to evaluate it. That being said, let’s begin with the steps to create a rubric.* The steps to create a rubric are listed in sequential order, however they can be performed in any order as long as the rubric contains the following: -Performance Objective -List of dimensions to be evaluated -Levels of gradation of quality -Criterion and points for each level of quality We have divided the task of creating a grading rubric into 6 steps: 1. Step 1: Record/write the performance objective. Performance objectives should consist of 3 elements: -- Student Performance -- Conditions -- Criteria The Student performance is the observable behavior that a student will do to demonstrate that the lesson is learned. Below is an example of a performance statement without the criteria. Step 2: Identify the dimensions/tasks comprising the performance.
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