Rubrics and Evaluations

Discussion on how to more effectively use rubrics for self-assessment.

Abstract: 

The authors' discussion will describe how classroom leaders at every academic level can use rubrics as a means of self-assessment. This strategy and the use of the rubric as a tool can help provide effective feedback that can develop into a constant reflection of how effectively a teacher focuses on student success by means of their instructional success. There are many theories on pedagogy but many do not tie leadership and self-evaluation at the end of the day or week. The authors look to expose a gap in literature that could assist teachers in staying motivated in their instruction and bridge the gap of status quo instruction with the need to set goals and exceed those self-created goals with student success.

This publication has been peer reviewed.
Publication Type: 
Journal Article
Authors: 
J. Skelton, C. Rodgers, L. Ellis, A. Lyles
Year of Publication: 
2014
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
I-manager's Journal on School Educational Technology

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