You may find yourself hearing about or wanting to use rubrics, but not sure where to start.
It can be intimidating to wade into the waters of a new assessment method. Can you be successful and get useful data if you’re a beginner here? You may feel pressure (and doubt your ability to) create an instrument from scratch. Perhaps you worry your approach is your own wacky method and the style or language you utilize would only make sense to you.
Don’t stop yourself before you even get started. In this blog, I’ll walk you through five reasonable steps to create a rubric. I’m not promising it’ll be a snap, but hopefully, you’ll feel your anxiety or worries diminish as you read on.
Continue reading on Presence’s site to see my five steps to creating a rubric. Really - go there! They link to this downloadable resource for rubrics based off parts 1-2 of this three-part rubric blog series.