JAY MCTIGHE PRESENTS – Designing and Using Rubrics to Evaluate and Improve Student Performance **IN PERSON**- 8:30-2:30pm
March 15 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Scoring tools, such as criterion lists and rubrics, can be used to improve student performance as well as evaluate it. In this workshop, we’ll examine the characteristics of three different types of criterion-based scoring tools – -performance lists, -holistic and -analytic rubrics and consider the advantages and limitations of each. We’ll explore practical and proven ways of designing sound rubrics, including the potential of ChatGPT and other generative AI apps to assist. Jay will offer tips for reviewing and refining existing rubrics, and examine procedures for using rubrics to achieve fair, valid, and reliable evaluation and grading of student learning. Finally, we’ll examine ways of using rubrics as feedback tools to support teaching and learning. An excellent set of web-based resources will also be presented and viewed.
Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11CR8_0B0cw96f3m9TeA2BmCEnDpmuYlK/view?usp=sharing Eligible for 6 hours CTLE credit. Can use 3 Consortium seats. If district pays