Friday, June 30, 2017

Learning Through Rubrics

Yoshina, J. M., & Harada, V. H. (2007). Involving students in learning through rubrics. Library Media Connection25(5), 10-14. 

This article discusses the usefulness of rubrics as an assessment tool in inquiry based learning and teaching. The article discusses how students learn to explore big questions through inquiry, are encouraged to ask meaningful questions, access and evaluate information, and express their opinions effectively. It also acknowledges the student role in assessing and measuring performance. Rubrics provide a standard and help students to better conceptualize what must be done.

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