In the recent edition of the Learning and Leading with Technology from ISTE, there is an article about Rubrics and Rubric Generators I encourage you to read. Educators have become quite adept at creating or finding rubrics for classroom activities. Our students ask about them right off the bat if they are not offered a rubric. The article includes several sources I have not tried before when searching for rubrics. Here are the rubric sites mentioned:


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2 comments:

    Katie Supports said...

    Hi,
    I'm Katie from iRubric.com. Just wanted to point out another feature of iRubric, it is fully integrated with our free gradebook and LMS which makes grading quick and easy. Teachers can pull up a rubric from their gradebook and grade students with a few clicks. Scores are calculated automatically and entered into the online gradebook. And students will be able to see their graded rubrics when they log into their account.
    Check it out at http://www.iRubric.com.

    Cheers,
    Katie

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  2. Vicki A. Davis said...

    This is a very nice list of rubrics. I will feature this list on my blog tomorrow. Very nice work and excellent blog. Your form and formatting is very nice. Good work!

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