TO USE FOR FACULTY TRAINING_UNDERSTANDING AND APPLYING RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT
The two major types of rubrics are defined: holistic and analytic. The versatility of rubrics is described in a list of eight suggestions for using rubrics for a variety of purposes. In addition to steps for developing a rubric from scratch, a link to a long list of examples of how scoring rubrics is given.
This is a free, online journal article from the International Journal of ePortfolio (vol. 2.1, 2012). "Writing reflections is recommended for enhancing retention and transfer of learned material. The benefits of student reflections have been well documented, but the methods for collecting and assessing reflections can be difficult. This study presents the development and analysis of a new, straightforward rubric for assessing depth of student reflections. The psychometric properties of the depth ratings based on the rubric and preliminary validity evidence of the ratings are investigated. With this rubric, raters were able to assess the depth of reflections very reliably. Depth ratings were significantly related to GPA."