On this page you will find:
- Module Booklets (with rubrics)*
- Module Books (without rubrics)
- A formatted Excel Gradebook template;
*Module booklets included in the course include rubrics. If you prefer to assess in another way, you can send the students the module booklets without rubrics. Advise students of this change.
Module Booklets and assignments with rubrics
- Module 1
- Module 2
- Module 3
- Module 4
- Module 5
- Final Project
- Course Feedback Form (for student to complete)
- Course Feedback Form (for teacher to complete)
Module Booklets without Rubrics
Another Option: Build your own or develop student-constructed rubrics
The criteria statements provided in the Graded Assignment Rubrics can be adapted and used to construct task-specific rubrics for assessment of student work in the course.
Moreover, the criteria statements can also be used as the basis for negotiating and constructing task-specific rubrics with students. A rubric that is created with input from students can help provide them with specific feedback and incentive as they complete their activities.
Use the rubric criteria statements as a starting point to discuss and develop a rubric that students can use to assess and judge work in progress. An example of a student-created rubric is provided as one of the examples below. Students use this rubric as an ongoing indicator of the quality of their responses and necessary effort as they progress through each task. Students use the number scores for each category to rank and rate their work. You are encouraged to revise the provided rubrics as you deem most appropriate for your class / teaching strategies.
At the start of each module, it is recommended that you make note of the rubrics used in the module activities with your students.
C. Sample Student-Constructed Rubric
This sample rubric is based on an assessment rubric developed by and provided courtesy of Bryan Cunningham and the students of Altario School.