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Using rubrics to respond to student work

Using Rubrics to Respond to Student Work:

A rubric is a scoring tool that list the criteria you will use to evaluate/assess an assignment. They can be useful in letting students know what your evaluation criteria will be, giving professors a consistent tool for responding to student work, and providing an opportunity for students and professors to discuss and define "quality."

You may find the following rubric links useful:

Tarleton's Writing Intensive Rubric

Rubric with Writing Intensive Student Learning Outcomes

Helpful Verb List for Creating Rubrics

Example Rubric: UC Irvine

Example Rubric: Bowdoin University

Handout for Writing Intensive Rubric Training

Useful Rubric Sites: