Rubrics: The Scaffolding of Quality eLearning

Rubrics are a necessary part of any effective training, but many instructors and designers struggle with creating them. Rubrics serve as a guide for determining whether or not the learning process was successful, and once written, they can guide design decisions, such as the appropriate types of assessments to use.

The bottom line: Good rubrics form a solid foundation for a successful, easily managed course; poor rubrics—or no rubrics at all—can lead to confused learners and wasted effort.

  Why are rubrics so hard to develop?

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