You can enhance students’ learning experience by involving them in the rubric development process. Either as a class or in small groups, students decide upon criteria for grading the assignment. It would be helpful to provide students with samples of exemplary work so they could identify the criteria with greater ease. In such an activity, the instructor functions as facilitator, guiding the students toward the final goal of a rubric that can be used on their assignment. This activity not only results in a greater learning experience, it also enables students to feel a greater sense of ownership and inclusion in the decision making process.
How are children assessed?
Your child’s progress is not only based on ‘tests’ but on the learning that takes place within the classroom and in different settings outwith the classroom. Evidence of children and young people’s progress and achievements Read more…