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rubric

 [roo´brik]
red; specifically, pertaining to the red nucleus.

ru·bric

(rū'brik),
Section or chapter heading, used with reference to groups of diseases, as in ICD.
[M.E. rubrike, title or heading in red, fr. L. ruber, red]

rubric

/ru·bric/ (roo´brik) red; specifically, pertaining to the red nucleus.

rubric (rōōˑ·brik),

n the heading in a homeopathic repertory that labels the symptom and the medicines that induce that symptom. In addition to symptoms, syndromes and their constituent parts are also included.

rubric

red; specifically, pertaining to the red nucleus.
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The paper is structured as follows: second section describes the state of the art in platforms for scoring rubrics and confirms the lack of support for adaptable rubrics.
Additional information about Tech4Learning's Rubric Maker is available at: http://rubric-maker.
One undergraduate faculty member commented, "I believe the new rubric has added importance to scholarly writing .
2006; IHI; Marshall, Harrison, & Flanagan, 2008; Woodhall, Vertacnik, & McLaughlin, 2008), but no SBAR tool has a structured rubric format for scoring and evaluation.
Like Jones and Wehlberg, Giovanna Walters of Minnesota State University, Mankato, defends the use of rubrics as important to good teaching in her essay "On Assessment, Imagination, and Agency: Using Rubrics to Inform and Negotiate the Honors Experience" Walters argues that the design of rubrics is, in itself, an act of creativity when it produces "a working, fluid, and negotiable document that allows students to pursue success in a variety of ways; it should state what students need to accomplish without being prescriptive in how they get to that point " She further argues that teachers, like students, cannot know if they are successful in meeting their goals if they do not know in advance what their goals are.
In rubrics assessing arts-infused learning, criteria need to also investigate aspects of creativity in both disciplines.
Doing this comes in knowing how to create and how to use an online rubric.
By August 2008, a colleague had presented a research proposal to define evaluative tasks and to design rubrics to assess the communicative competence in the Extension Center or Seccion Servicios (Services Section) of the School of Languages of the university where we worked.
Scoring rubrics in the classroom: Using performance criteria for assessing and improving student performance.
Rubric pitfall Be careful to use rubrics for assessing quality and not quantity.
Archival data consisting of student resumes and rubric score sheets were used to determine the effectiveness of a resume-writing workshop by using a pre-post design evaluating student resumes.
The Association of American Colleges & Universities focuses its approach on student learning outcomes through its LEAP (Liberal Education America's Promise) VALUE (Valid Assessment of Undergraduate Education) Rubrics, a set of general education rubrics developed by faculty groups across the country looking internally at common general education outcomes.