Rubrics assessment brings academic success in students!

Rubrics are innovative ways and means of assessment; it is the scoring card which clearly brings out the expectation of the evaluator along with the […]

3 Brilliant Formative Assessment Strategies for Higher Ed

How do you discover what your college students really know?  It isn’t a piece of cake, but formative assessment strategies can help. 3 Formative Assessment […]

Rubrics, Assessment, Evaluation - A Re-Visit

Photo by Bich Tran from Pexels I never liked exams much. Yet, as an educator, yes, I have administered and written many tests, quizzes and exams. Just something […]

3 Reasons Why Teachers Love PechaKucha

PechaKucha. Pecha . . . what? The word comes from a Japanese onomatopoeia, meaning “chitchat.” It’s a presentation style devised by two architects. And it’s […]

Check Out Sakai LMS Three-Year Roadmap (Infographic)

Flexibility. Rubrics. The cloud. Early this year, the institutions behind Sakai agreed upon a three-year roadmap. It will align the community’s needs with the open […]

6 Benefits of Student Teaching Videos for Observation

Here’s a question: is it possible to conduct all your observations through student teaching videos? We had the chance to interview a teacher educator who’s […]

4 Ways Student Rubrics Make Teaching Easier and More Awesome

Rubrics are a teacher’s best friend. They standardize assessments, reduce the load of grading, improve inter-rater reliability, and more. It’s no wonder rubrics claimed fifth […]

13 Time-Saving Grading Hacks from the Experts

I dare you to think of the worst part of teaching. Go ahead. What drives you crazy in the teaching world? Well, if you’re like […]

How to Grade Using a Digital Rubric Workflow

Peanut butter and jelly. Peas and carrots. English teachers and rubrics. Some of our biggest users of Chalkup's rubric workflow are English teachers managing essays, […]

Achieve OER Rubrics for Evaluating Open Resources

Achieve OER Rubrics for Evaluating Open Resources: To help states, districts, teachers, and other...

Encouraging autonomy in teen classes

You might not need to encourage your students to take control of their learning. I do. My teens aren’t used to working independently or undertaking […]

5 Tips On Using Rubrics For Public Speaking

Evaluating soft skills like public speaking can be tough, especially across multiple speakers. A rubric keeps your evaluation on track by using standardized criteria, which […]

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