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Proficiency Scales and Rubrics

Proficiency Scales and Rubrics


In this lesson you will learn how to create a rubric and a proficiency scale aligned to content standards and ISTE Standards

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Proficiency Scales & Rubrics

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Notes on "Proficiency Scales & Rubrics"

(00:00-00:34) Intro

(00:35-00:59) Objectives

(01:00-03:07) Steps to Create a Proficiency Scale

(03:08-04:16) Example: Standards Being Used

(04:17-08:57) Example: iRubric Creation

(08:58-09:26) Review

(09:27-10:06) Reflection

Additional Resources

Proficiency Scales vs Rubrics

This post from the blog Mr. Gonzalez's Classroom explains the difference between proficiency scales and rubrics as he learns the difference for his own professional practice. The site includes a prezi that walks through proficiency scales. In addition, the site offers examples of rubrics and proficiency scales.

Comparing Checklist, Rating Scale, and Rubric

In this blog, Kathy Dingo explains the difference between rubrics, scales and checklists with examples. In addition, she offers design considerations when building a rubric, scale or check list aligned to best practices. Finally, she provides advice on when to use a checklist, when to use a rubric and when to use a scale presenting the benefits and limitations of each.