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April 10, 2024

Student Self-Assessment with Rubrics

Help your students understand and create quality work through the use of Quality of Evidence Rubric. In order for students to achieve in class, they need to understand what success looks like. A well-written rubric can provide this clarity. In the video ahead, you will see students in a math class self-assess their work on a Quality of Evidence Rubric. Here, they will identify facts about their work that distinguish it as exceeding, meeting, approaching, or beginning [to meet] expectations. Teaching students about rubrics, asking them to self-assess their own work on a rubric, and discussing scoring provides the clarity students need to make improvements and progress in class.

Reflection Question:
Why does the teacher ask students to self-assess using the rubric?
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