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A Complete Guide to Rubrics: Assessment Made Easy for Teachers, K-College (Paperback)
  • A Complete Guide to Rubrics: Assessment Made Easy for Teachers, K-College (Paperback)

A Complete Guide to Rubrics: Assessment Made Easy for Teachers, K-College (Paperback)

Paperback 194 Pages / Published: 04/11/2011
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781607096740
Number of pages: 194
Weight: 322 g
Dimensions: 231 x 156 x 13 mm
Edition: 2nd Edition

Audrey Quinlan has created a unique instrument that focuses on a developmental perspective of the use of rubrics to assess student work. This teacher-friendly text allows the educator to create a unique and informative assessment for children's work through the rubric process. Additionally, each chapter provides a wealth of information that teachers can successfully use in the classroom. This is an amazing effort to make assessment of student work reliable and useful for the busy professional. -- Robert J. David, Ph.D., former president, Pennsylvania Middle School (PMSA) Executive Board, and winner of the U. S. Department of Education?s Blue Ribb
Quinlan provides numerous examples of checklists and rubrics used by real teachers in real classrooms, as well as sound advice on how to create and find rubrics. Unlike other books about rubrics, however, this book draws on children's developmental characteristics and common curricular benchmarks to recommend useful approaches to assessment. This book can help teachers at every grade level, from kindergarten through college, craft a variety of ways to fairly assess student work. -- Heidi Goodrich Andrade, Ed.D., assistant professor, Division of Educational Psychology and Methodology, University at Albany
The way this book addresses special education is excellent! The chapter on special needs clearly outlines the benefits of using rubrics to differentiate students from all aspects of the special needs curriculum, including gifted students. It also provides examples of rubrics for many different student needs and grade levels, from elementary to high school. As a teacher who has experience in both special ed and general ed curricula, I find this book very helpful! -- Deirdre A. Crescioli, teacher, Fairfax County Schools, Virginia

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