From Standards to Rubrics in Six Steps (3rd ed.)

Tools for Assessing Student Learning

Kathleen B. Burke,

From Standards to Rubrics in Six Steps: Tools for Assessing Student Learning
 
 

Practical tools for translating standards to rubrics and ensuring high student achievement!

Burke’s six-step process helps educators create tasks that promote learning for all students and write rubrics linked straight to the requirements of state standards. Featuring templates and sample tasks, rubrics, and units, this updated bestseller shows educators how to create more complex performance tasks, work in grade-level or vertical teams, and:

  • Apply the six-step process to link teaching and assessment to standards
  • Build their own tasks, checklists, and rubrics
  • Differentiate for special needs within standards-linked tasks
  • Share checklists and rubrics with students for ongoing formative assessment and self-assessment


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