Thursday, May 14 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
How to Write Good Criterion for Rubrics LIMITED

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Choosing a grading tool is the easiest part when assessing productive skills, but writing the appropriate criterion can make the difference between an accurate outcome description of learning or a shallow one. Criterion is drawn from a variety of sources, and if not done through careful reflection, they may result on a generic tool that says nothing substantial and that focuses on mistakes and not on the learning process. On this session participants are invited to double check commonly used criterion and to create new meaningful ones that will benefit them and students.

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Cindy Rodríguez Soto

Universidad de Costa Rica & Universidad Técnica Nacional
Cindy is a passionate educator who truly enjoys everything related to learning and education. She graduated as an English Teacher at UCR and then obtained an M.A in Translation from UNA and a Master's in Educational Administration at UNED. Cindy is currently an ABD doctoral student... Read More →

Thursday May 14, 2020 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Salón Cahuita 2 2nd Floor