Edition 56 – Rubrics, Rubrics, and Writing

addition to the edtech archive
Developing Writers: useful PD on using rubrics in language arts
Greetings! Here are a few recent additions to my Edtech Archive, a collection of over 8000 free, online educational resources. This edition focuses on rubrics, and writing.
  • rubrics, maker, generator, creator, assessment, reports, tools:
    addition to the edtech archive
    IRubric: comprehensive rubric creation suite

    iRubric: Home of free rubric tools  a thorough rubric development, assessment, and sharing tool. Here you can a build a rubric in minutes using the Rubric Studio. Rubrics can be built from scratch or from exiting rubrics. Given the large community of users the opportunities to share existing rubrics and collaborate on new rubrics is extensive.

  • assessment, rubrics, resources, lessonplans, creatot, generator, maker, Rubrics
    addition to the edtech archive
    Teachnology’s Rubric Resource: a great place to find and create rubrics

    and Rubric Makers – Rubrics can make grading quicker, clearer, and – if done correctly – more objective. Here you will find tools that help guide users through the process of creating these assessment tools for evaluating student performance. You will also find over five hundred printable rubrics on the web site.

  • writing, rubrics, tutorials,generator, creator, PD, maker: Developing Writers: A Workshop for High School Teachers – Annenberg Learner is a great source for online professional
    addition to the edtech archive
    Developing Writers: useful PD on using rubrics in language arts

    development for teachers. In this particular instance, we find a multi-stage PD workshop that walk users through the process of creating effective rubrics for developing writers in the classroom. The entire program includes a video workshop for grade 9-12 writing and language arts teachers, consisting of eight video programs, a print guide, and this Web site. Very good stuff indeed.

til next time… peace and love

Paul

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