This workshop will focus on how to design rubrics to make evaluative reasoning explicit and enable practitioners to transparently draw evaluative conclusions. A rubric is a tool that outlines the criteria and standards used to judge performance. It is a matrix that outlines how evaluative determinations are made, which can enhance stakeholder buy in.
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Do you have any plans to convert the framework to a professional development continuum in the sense that evaluators, both novice and experts alike, would be able to evaluate their own ability to apply the framework?
Evaluation rubrics: how to ensure transparent and clear assessment that respects diverse lines of evidence
This report provides a detailed description of an evaluation, written by Judy Oakden, as part of the first BetterEvaluation writeshop process, led by Irene Guijt. Peer reviewers for this report were Carolyn Kabore and Irene Guijt.
In Aoteoroa New Zealand the use of rubrics has been adopted across a number of institutions to help ensure there is transparent and clear assessment which respects and includes diverse lines of evidence in evaluation. This case, written as part of the BetterEvaluation writeshop process, discusses how the use of rubrics was helpful throughout all stages of an evaluation of the First-time Principals’ Induction Programme.
Three linked presentations from Jane Davidson, Nan Wehipeihana & Kate McKegg explaining how rubrics can be used to ensure evaluations validly answer evaluative questions.
This web page gives detailed guided assistance in creating rubrics.
A rubric sets out clearly criteria and standards for assessing different levels of performance. Rubrics have often been used in education for grading student work, and in recent years have been applied in evaluation to make transparent the process of synthesising evidence into an overall evaluative judgement.