Rubrics


What is a rubric?
A rubric is simply a scoring tool that identifies the various criteria relevant to an assignment or learning outcome, and then explicitly states the possible levels of achievement along a continuum (unsatisfactory to exemplary). 

Why use a rubric?
As a guide for planning, a rubric gives students clear targets of proficiency to aim for. With a rubric in hand, they know what constitutes a "good" project presentation. As a gauge for measuring progress while the project is under way, a rubric can be a handy tool to help keep students on target. They can compare their progress with where they want to be on the rubric's proficiency scale, and refer to it in order to remind themselves of their goal. 

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Download this file (JSRHS Arts Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Arts Rubric.pdf[ ]35 kB2014-08-13 15:01
Download this file (JSRHS Essay Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Essay Rubric.pdf[ ]38 kB2014-08-13 15:01
Download this file (JSRHS Listening Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Listening Rubric.pdf[ ]34 kB2014-08-13 15:01
Download this file (JSRHS Problem Solving Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Problem Solving Rubric.pdf[ ]33 kB2014-08-13 15:01
Download this file (JSRHS Reading Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Reading Rubric.pdf[ ]33 kB2014-08-13 15:02
Download this file (JSRHS Research Paper Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Research Paper Rubric.pdf[ ]42 kB2014-08-13 15:02
Download this file (JSRHS Speech Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Speech Rubric.pdf[ ]111 kB2014-08-13 15:02
Download this file (JSRHS Technology Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Technology Rubric.pdf[ ]50 kB2014-08-13 15:02
Download this file (JSRHS Viewing Rubric.pdf)JSRHS Viewing Rubric.pdf[ ]53 kB2014-08-13 15:02