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"Rubrics," Martha J. Larkin. Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology 2008. "A rubric is a measurement and instructional tool that communicates instructor expectations to learners and uses explicitly stated criteria to categorize levels of performance regarding various skill levels, behaviors, product quality, and/or process quality." Read More
Heidi Goodrich Andrade. College Teaching 53(1), Winter 2005, 27-30.
"This article gives a brief overview of the structure and purposes of rubrics; reviews the benefits of using rubrics as both teaching and grading tools; warns against approaches that limit the effectiveness of rubrics; and urges instructors to take simple steps toward ensuring the validity, reliability, and fairness of their rubrics."