The Rubric Revolution

Three linked presentations from Jane Davidson, Nan Wehipeihana & Kate McKegg explaining how rubrics can be used to ensure evaluations validly answer evaluative questions. 

Contents

  • Evaluative Rubrics: The Basics
  • What makes evaluation eVALUation?
  • What are evaluative rubrics?
  • How do you create rubrics?
  • The three kinds of ‘subjectivity’
  • Using rubrics to give voice to indigenous values
  • Development of rubrics in indigenous context
  • Cultural metaphors
  • Knowing about rubrics is one thing … tips, tricks and traps

Source

Davidson, J., Wehipeihana, N., & McKegg, K. (2011, September). The rubric revolution. Paper presented at Australian evaluation society conference.

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Thanks Wouter, updated.

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