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what benefits have scoring rubrics brought to the teaching-learning process?
Developing and applying rubrics outside of academics is a great way to get a sense for the pervasive usefulness of rubric-based assessment. [ Here is a rubric I created for my 11-year old son, who is interested in earning money but not, as of yet, particularly informed about what a commitment starting a career in lawn-and-garden care will entail. For my part, I’m interested both in maintaining a
nice yard and in teaching Reino the authentic life lesson that he earns more money when he does the best job possible. ]
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