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Creating & Recognizing Quality Rubrics (Assessment Training Institute, Inc.) Paperback – October 11, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-0132548694 ISBN-10: 0132548690 Edition: 1st

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                                                                                           Judith Arter and Jan Chappuis

Creating & Recognizing Quality Rubrics 

 

 

Creating & Recognizing Quality Rubrics draws from over 20 years of the author's direct experiences with developing rubrics and performance tasks, devising interesting ways to use rubrics as teaching tools in the classroom, employing rubrics to score thousands of pieces of student work for classroom and large-scale assessments, and working with teachers to make their rubrics more instructionally powerful. This new book from Pearson ATI helps teachers sift through all available rubrics to find those that will work best; explains how to create a rubric; and includes chapters on related topics necessary to maximizing student success: recognizing quality performance tasks, using rubrics instructionally, and communicating with parents about rubrics. 

 

Key issues addressed include:

  • What a Good Rubric Looks Like
  • How to Develop a General Rubric
  • What Good Performance Tasks Look Like
  • How to Convert Rubric Scores to Grades
  • Tasks and Rubrics as Assessment for Learning
  • Communicating with Parents About Rubrics

 

A nationally recognized expert in performance assessment, Judy Arter's background includes statewide writing assessments, development of large-scale and classroom-based assessments for competency assessment and development of district performance assessments. Prior to joining ETS, Judy directed Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory's (NWREL) assessment unit. She has written extensively on performance assessment and rubrics, and is the co-author of Creating & Recognizing Quality Rubrics.

Prior to joining ATI, Jan Chappuis was a curriculum and assessment specialist responsible for professional development and school improvement. Her background as an elementary and secondary teacher, combined with her assessment expertise and professional development experience, enables Jan to provide teachers and school leaders with practical solutions for motivating students and involving them in their own academic success. Her most recent publication, Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning, helps teachers adopt formative assessment practices shown to improve learning.

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A nationally recognized expert in performance assessment, Judy Arter's background includes statewide writing assessments, development of large-scale and classroom-based assessments for competency assessment and development of district performance assessments. Prior to joining ETS, Judy directed Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory's (NWREL) assessment unit. She has written extensively on performance assessment and rubrics, and is the co-author of Creating & Recognizing Quality Rubrics.

Prior to joining ATI, Jan Chappuis was a curriculum and assessment specialist responsible for professional development and school improvement. Her background as an elementary and secondary teacher, combined with her assessment expertise and professional development experience, enables Jan to provide teachers and school leaders with practical solutions for motivating students and involving them in their own academic success. Her most recent publication, Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning, helps teachers adopt formative assessment practices shown to improve learning.

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