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Criteria for assessing individual and group Wiki contributions.
Assess individual blog entries, including comments on peers' blogs.
Assess learning during social networking instructional assignments.
Criteria for assessing ability to share perspectives, refine thoughts through the writing process, and participate in meaningful discussion
Features of a sandwich to graphically show the criteria
Karen Franker's rubric includes six defined criteria for assessing team and individual responsibility
Six defined criteria for collaboration with strong performance descriptors
Electronic portfolio rubric created by Joan Vandervelde includes 7 categories with 4 levels of achievement
Joan Vandervelde's rubric details 9 categories for evaluating a web page (PDF format)
Evaluates a group web design project
Online feedback form for CyberFair Project.
Concept map diagram rubric to assess a visual storyboard of a final project or to chart a flow of work and ideas by Karen Franker
Concept map and/or storyboard specification of instructional sequencing and messaging details.
Joan Vandervelde lists criteria for video production and editing
Rubric developed by Caroline McCullen, Jamie McKenzie, and Terrie Gray
Midlnk Magazine's rubric includes self and teacher evaluation column.
A grading rubric created by Ann Bell with 6 performance criteria
Karen Franker's rubric to assess planning, gathering, organizing and citing information in grades 3-5
Karen Franker's rubric assesses performance with the research process
Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe Understanding by Design (pdf)
Critical thinking and skills used to problem solve
Joyce Valenza's rubric assesses 5 research performance areas for high school students
Joyce Valenza's Question Brainstormer encourages students to ask focus questions and reflect on the research process
High school or college level
Kay Lehmann's rubric for high school or college level
An extensive archive of assessment materials associated with the approach.
English and Spanish versions of the 6-Traits of Writing Rubric and other rubrics for listening, public speaking and reading
Oakland Unified School District and the Bay Area Writing Project rubrics and anchor papers for scoring grade level writing
Includes rubrics for essay questions, logs, journal writing, and lab write-ups (Word doc) (Word doc) (Word doc)
First define acriteria in accordance to which you will assess yourself. Thecriteria will depend on the purpose of your selfassessment,if you are writing it for your employer you can encompass all yourorganizational achievements and the accolades you have earned, alsomention the setbacks you suffered along the way. However if you arewriting it to assess your performance in pursuit of a goal, then youhave to judge yourself by the benchmarks set in the goal objective.
ETS Criterion writing evaluation service
This can include true or false responses, matching or any other form where the student's thought process revolves around eliminating options or attempting to find the best possible selection based on the criteria provided.There are several types of alternative assessments including essay responses, oral presentations, portfolios of compiled work, short answer questions and demonstrations of a concept/strategy.