Everything you need to implement rubrics in the classroom

We see the importance of creating fair, equitable, and transparent grading rubrics. So, you may be wondering what makes a good grading rubric and how can you start implementing one in your classroom?


The answer may not be that simple, which is why we broke it down for you in this guide.


As you read through this guide, consider how you can implement the structural devices we go over in your classroom. We’ve even included 3 templates you can use today to get you started.


In it, you'll learn:

  • What a grading rubric is
  • The different types of rubrics (Analytic vs. Holistic)
  • How to use 3 templates to get you started 

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