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what benefits have scoring rubrics brought to teaching-learning process?
Scoring rubrics help the teacher to show the students what the goals are and let the students understand why they were given such grade or score. [ The students will be able to grasp an understanding of their performance in contrast with the prescribed criteria. It will be easier for the teacher to maintain a standard that students should adhere to. Read more: What benefits have scoring rubrics
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how to construct the two types of rubrics?
Weegy: In Step 1 of creating an authentic assessment, you identified what you wanted your students to know and be able to do - your standards. In Step 2, you asked how students could demonstrate that they had met your standards. [ As a result, you developed authentic tasks they could perform. In Step 3, you identified the characteristics of good performance on the authentic task - the criteria. Now, in Step 4, you will finish creating the authentic assessment by constructing a rubric to measure student performance on the task. To build the rubric, you will begin with the set of criteria you identified in Step 3. As mentioned before, keep the number of criteria manageable. You do not have to look for everything on every assessment. Once you have identified the criteria you want to look for as indicators of good performance, you next decide whether to consider the criteria analytically or holistically. (See Rubrics for a description of these two types of rubrics.) Creating an Analytic Rubric In an analytic rubric performance is judged separately for each criterion. Teachers assess how well students meet a criterion on a task, distinguishing between work that effectively meets the criterion and work that does not meet it. The next step in creating a rubric, then, is deciding how fine such a distinction should be made for each criterion. For example, if you are judging the amount of eye contact a presenter made with his/her audience that judgment could be as simple as did or did not make eye contact (two levels of performance), never, sometimes or always made eye contact (three levels), or never, rarely, sometimes, usually, or always made eye contact (five levels). red more here.. see also : ] User: what are thew advantages and disadvantages of scoring rubrics? User: what are the advantages and disadvantages of scoring rubric? Weegy: Advantages and Disadvantages of the RubricThis is a featured page Holistic Rubric Advantages Quick scoring and ... (More)
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how are scoring rubrics related to portfolio assessment?
Weegy: Portfolio and rubics use in assessment was a reaction to standardized and criterion referenced tests (CRT's) to ascertain and document student achievment in different curriculum areas. (More)
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what is portfolio assessment?
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A portfolio is a purposeful collection of student work that exhibits the student's efforts, progress, and achievements in one or more areas of the curriculum. The collection must include the following:

Student participation in selecting contents.
Criteria for selection.
Criteria for judging merits.
Evidence of a student's self-reflection.

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