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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 starting point for establishing the measuring approach was previous reviews of the course, and the rubric methodology was selected as asessment tool to measure students' work.
As they planned the four courses as seen in Figure 2, they determined that the rubric should be introduced and applied in the second course when students analyze gifted units for academic rigor and then used again in the third course when students create and analyze their own rigorous instructional units.
2014), and some Learning Management Systems (LMS) provide rubric functionality (Atkinson & Lim, 2013; Isbell & Goomas, 2014), currently available implementations only support static rubrics, which are not flexible in adapting to different learning scenarios.
Using the supplemental PWR places greater value and emphasis on writing quality than using only a traditional concept based writing rubric.
The strength of this rubric is that it provides a recommended and standardized format for communication and a means for measuring a communication performance; however, the rubric had not been tested for reliability and validity.
without this work," Mitchell says of the partnership with Rubric.
As a result, honors students are not and should not be satisfied with having a rubric handed to them.
Preservice teachers in a university class were to create one holistic and one analytical rubric based on an arts-infused lesson in math, science, literacy, or social studies.
A RUBRIC MUST ALWAYS BE DEVELOPED WITH COURSE OUTCOMES AND THE ONLINE STUDENT IN MIND
To focus my attention on the feasibility of assessing with a rubric, I analyzed the data following Burns's (1999) steps.
A rubric is a scoring guide that helps teachers evaluate student performance, based on a range of criteria.
Another definition states: "A rubric is a particular format for criteria--it is the written down version of the criteria, with all the points described and defined" (Arter & McTighe, 2001, p.