Last month the Rubrics working group called for examples of effective rubrics covering different assessment types that worked well with students. Examples were peer reviewed and have now been added to a new Examples of rubrics FLO site (a self-enrolment site) to help you develop rubrics for use in your topics.
In addition to the collected rubrics, the site provides:
- information about types of rubrics and the differences between rubrics and marking guides
- supporting resources on how to develop your own rubrics
- information about creating and using rubrics in FLO
- links to a range of carefully curated resources about developing rubrics
Each rubric example is linked to an assessment type and stamped to indicate when it was collected. The idea of the collection is to provide examples of rubrics (not exemplars) for you to adapt to suit your specific assessment requirements and Learning Outcomes.
It is not a static collection, so if you have feedback or wish to contribute one of your own rubrics or a useful resource related to developing them, please use the input and feedback point on the site or get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com