On campuses across the United States and beyond, schools of business, education, law, liberal arts, management, medical professions, pharmacy, and physical or social sciences are beginning to use assessment rubrics for purposes of formative and summative evaluation. A concise yet comprehensive guide to rubric usage, this book is an essential tool for university, professional school, college, community college, and upper level secondary school faculty members. It contains one-stop rubric shopping for key considerations, common problems, specific design steps, implementation samples, standards alignment, and grade-focused applications. Effective college-level rubrics that are the right tools for objective, comprehensive assessment can be constructed almost as easily as an ice cream sundae! Welcome aboard as Rubric Assessment Goes to College!... with the key components that became the rubric strands in boldface: Philosophy of Teacher Leadership: Candidates will write a short essay (445 DS pages, not counting APA-format cover page or references), using a welledited APA format, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Rubric Assessment Goes to College|
|Author||:||Mary J. Goggins Selke|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2013-01-25|