Online submission andBlackboard rubricsAdel Gordon | @adelgordonLearning TechnologistUniversity of NorthamptonLondon BUG –...
What is a rubric?
Why rubrics?• Clarify learning goals from the offset• Design materials and activities that address those goals• Communicat...
The flip sideSource:http://introductiononlinepedagogy.pbworks.com/w/page/20123554/Rubrics
Recommended modelRubric design based onlearning outcomesRubric design based onlearning outcomesScore studentwork using rub...
How were they used?• Blogs• Presentations• Media files• Turnitin
In practiceRubrics set outexpectations to aidthe student tounderstand whatthey’re being gradedagainstRubrics set outexpect...
Challenges• Usability– Saving– Integration• Intuitiveness– Importing/exporting– Saving• Moderation
Blackboard vs Turnitin
References− Andrade (2005), Teaching with Rubrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. College Teaching, [online]Available at...
Contact• Adel Gordon– University of Northampton– Adel.Gordon@northampton.ac.uk– @adelgordon– http://blogs.northampton.ac.u...
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  1. 1. Online submission andBlackboard rubricsAdel Gordon | @adelgordonLearning TechnologistUniversity of NorthamptonLondon BUG – 26 Apr 2013
  2. 2. What is a rubric?
  3. 3. Why rubrics?• Clarify learning goals from the offset• Design materials and activities that address those goals• Communicate those goals to students• Guide feedback on students’ progress• Assess products to degree to which the goals are metAndrade, 2005• Comparing the quality of a students work with fixed criteria and‘standards’ is educationally more defensible than makingcomparisons with how other students in the course perform onthe same or equivalent tasksSadler, 2009
  4. 4. The flip sideSource:http://introductiononlinepedagogy.pbworks.com/w/page/20123554/Rubrics
  5. 5. Recommended modelRubric design based onlearning outcomesRubric design based onlearning outcomesScore studentwork using rubricScore studentwork using rubricLook forpatternsLook forpatternsIdentify commonareas of strengthsand weaknessesIdentify commonareas of strengthsand weaknessesMake adjustments toteaching based onreflectionsMake adjustments toteaching based onreflectionsAdapted from Stevens & Levi, 2013Emphasisethe use ofrubricsEmphasisethe use ofrubrics
  6. 6. How were they used?• Blogs• Presentations• Media files• Turnitin
  7. 7. In practiceRubrics set outexpectations to aidthe student tounderstand whatthey’re being gradedagainstRubrics set outexpectations to aidthe student tounderstand whatthey’re being gradedagainstDevelops/drives alevel ofprofessionalism andenables me toprovide more timelyfeedbackDevelops/drives alevel ofprofessionalism andenables me toprovide more timelyfeedbackRubrics let studentsknow how theirgrade was calculatedand where theycould improve theirworkRubrics let studentsknow how theirgrade was calculatedand where theycould improve theirworkModeration can takeplace immediatelyand feedback isready to be releasedspeedilyModeration can takeplace immediatelyand feedback isready to be releasedspeedilyRubrics give themarker confidencethat you can beenmore objective thensubjectiveRubrics give themarker confidencethat you can beenmore objective thensubjectiveMakes calculatingthe overall gradeeasier when using amultifacetedapproach toassessment criteriaMakes calculatingthe overall gradeeasier when using amultifacetedapproach toassessment criteria
  8. 8. Challenges• Usability– Saving– Integration• Intuitiveness– Importing/exporting– Saving• Moderation
  9. 9. Blackboard vs Turnitin
  10. 10. References− Andrade (2005), Teaching with Rubrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. College Teaching, [online]Available at: http://www.uri.edu/assessment/uri/guidance/documents/Andrade_2005_Teachingwithrubrics.pdf− McKinney, A (2009), Introduction to Online Pedagogy, Assessment and Evaluation, Rubrics. [online]Available at: http://introductiononlinepedagogy.pbworks.com/w/page/20123554/Rubrics− Sadler, R, D., 2009, Indeterminacy in the use of preset criteria for assessment and grading,Assessment and Evaluation, 34:2, 159-179− Stevens, D. D. and Levi, A. J., 2013. Introduction to Rubrics. Virginia: Stylus Publishing− University of Manchester, Rubrics – What are they? Why and how should I use them? [online]Available from: http://www.elearning.eps.manchester.ac.uk/rubrics-what-are-they-and-why-and-how-should-i-use-them/
  11. 11. Contact• Adel Gordon– University of Northampton– Adel.Gordon@northampton.ac.uk– @adelgordon– http://blogs.northampton.ac.uk/learntech

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