Updated July 03, How to Create a Rubric: Introduction Perhaps you have never even thought about the care it takes to create a rubric.
How will I break down my expectations for this project? Steps to Create a Rubric The following six steps will help you when you decide to use a rubric for assessing an essay, a project, group work, or any other task that does not have a clear right or wrong answer.
Here, you will need to write short statements of your expectations underneath each performance level for every single criteria. The squares inside the grid will typically contain the specs for each level. Do I want to give one final grade on the project or a cluster of smaller grades based on several criteria?
The scoring rubrics for the ACT and SAT are designed this way, although when students take them, they will receive a holistic score. The four-point rubric uses four potential points the student can earn for each area, such as 1 strong, 2 developing, 3 emerging, and 4 beginning.
Step 1: Define Your Goal Before you can create a rubric, you need to decide the type of rubric you'd like to use, and that will largely be determined by your goals for the assessment.