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ERIC Number: ED462910
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Mar
Pages: 8
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Rubrics: Models of Evaluation within a Constructivist Learning Environment.
Crawford, Caroline M.
This paper discusses rubrics as models of evaluation within a constructivist learning environment. Reasons why rubrics are an appropriate way of evaluating assignments and aspects of importance that are addressed by rubrics are listed. Several World Wide Web sites to gain an understanding and knowledge base through which to further discuss rubrics as assessment and evaluative tools are described. These include Web sites that highlight rubrics for Web lessons, the National Teaching and Learning Forum, a draft rubric for evaluating WebQuests, a practice scoring guide for document-based questions, information about rubrics, a holistic crucial thinking scoring rubric, and a rubric construction set. Guidelines to consider when reviewing rubrics that have been located on the Web are suggested, and pointers that may be useful when developing rubrics are presented. Sample assignment rubrics and a rubric template are appended. (MES)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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