Had his teacher dismissed his writing potential as the teacher in my workshop had done, this child could have languished in school.
Fortunately the student was given clear expectations about his work. According to D.
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The courses I teach are primarily performance-based. Along with other types of assessments such as those used to measure content knowledge, I use rubrics in all my classes. Like all educators I am expected to use clear and fair grading methods.
When I assign an informative speech in a public speaking class, my students know I will be assessing three basic traits—organization, content, and delivery. Because of clear explanations and descriptions in the rubrics I use, my students also know that part of an organized, informative speech will include a five-part introduction, clear main points and support, identifiable transitions, a summary, and a closing statement. As I teach students how to give informative speeches, I focus my instruction on one trait at a time.
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If we are discussing five-part introductions as an aspect of organizing, I give students plenty of examples, show them videos, and have them use the rubric to identify the different parts of an informative introduction we are discussing. Then I have students team up and present five-part introductions in class. Their peers then give them feedback using the rubric. This type of formative assessment builds both skill and confidence.
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Some of the students who enter my class are literally scared speechless. By using rubrics in my classes for learning and of learning, my students start to see their own potential. Home Reference.
Mueller, Jon. North Central College. Fulks, Janet.
Loveland, Thomas R. How to create and use rubrics for formative assessment and grading by Brookhart, Susan M.
Introduction to Rubrics by Dannelle D. You can also search for rubrics that other instructors or designers have added to the Canvas Commons and use those in your course. Rubrics are quick and easy to set up and to use for grading in Speedgrader.
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Work out the specifics of your rubric somewhere else like in Word or a Google Doc and then paste the info into Canvas. It will save you tons of time once you are in Canvas. Below are several links to resources that you may find useful if you want to lear more about rubrics in general and using rubrics in Canvas specifically.
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