A rubric is a system of grading that consists of a criteria chart outlining exactly what is to be evaluated in a piece of work. A rubric is often used in the evaluation of actions, procedures, performances, or complex projects and assignments.
Minimize Student Complaints on Grading
Provide students with clear grading policies, procedures, and standards in the syllabus and other prominent areas where you communicate with students.
Maintain Grading Consistency
Communicate expectations of grading criteria and apply strategies like using rubrics to keep grading consistent.
- Teaching Commons (University of DePaul): Create and Evaluate Rubrics
- Center for Instructional Technology & Training (University of Florida): Rubrics in Online Learning
- Sample Research Paper Rubric: Sample Rubrics (pdf)
- Sweetland Center for Writing (University of Michigan): Designing and Using Rubrics (pdf)
- Timothy S. Brophy, Professor, and Director (Office of Provost, UF): Writing Effective Rubrics (pdf)
- Mha Bali (Teaching in Higher Ed): Collaboration (40:46)
- Undergraduate Catalogue (University of Florida): UF Grading Policies