About the talk:
Inquiry educators are always looking for tools and strategies for ongoing learning and assessment. A rubric is an assessment tool used to evaluate student performance against a series of established criteria and goals. It not only makes expectations explicit, but also gives students a clear sense of what is expected of them, and how these goals can be met.
Regardless of your grade level or curriculum, the ability to critically reflect on a unit and design clear learning objectives is a necessary skill for empowering assessment capable classrooms. Join Mike Matthews, experienced educator and coach, as he unpacks his process for developing clear, student-centred rubrics for authentic assessments. Dive into the what, why and how of rubrics and walk away with tools and resources needed to promote learning and growth in your classrooms.
Looking to deepen your understanding of rubrics?
Discover Mike’s ideas and get access to multi-grade examples in his comprehensive ebook on rubric design. Here is the padlet with ideas, examples and best practices shared by participants during the webinar.
- Explore purpose in rubric design
- Develop clear and accessible rubrics
- Explore common pitfalls in rubric design