If you are a teacher like me, sometimes you need a little help but don’t know where to find it. I’m just like anyone else–occasionally, I need a sure fire grading formula that works with classroom assignments–a time tested answer to my teaching needs. Creating new teaching rubrics is hard and time consuming. Thankfully you are no longer on your own, there are teacher tools available online!
This grading rubric includes elements such as voice, posture, eye contact, introduction, body, conclusion, bibliography, outline, notecards, self evaluation of peers, etc.
So back to Rubistars4.teachers.org…..
Rubistar4teachers.org is a website for anyone teaching who needs
a particular rubric, or grade sheet.
There are terrific templates for just about any assignment you are grading. You can find rubrics for subjects under the heading of oral projects, making products, multi media, science, work skills, math, art and music just to name a few.
And you can custom create a rubric to your particular needs.
Another terrific feature: Teachers have made their grading rubrics available to you for your use, too!
I put a grading rubric together last week using the oral presentation template for a persuasive speech for a college level Fundamentals in Speech class I am teaching this semester.
I have many rubrics through rubistar4teachers.org. If you search my name, you should find them. If not, contact me and I’ll help you.
In my new teaching positions, I can create rubrics right in the coursework assignments which is awesome.
Boy, has Infinite Campus changed over the years. This software has been around for at least twenty years, I’d say. We can do all kinds of things through it such as rosters, coursework, blog, test, attach assignments, surveys, videos and a bunch of other incredible helpers.
I still remember when we used paper gradebooks! In my third years of teaching, my school called me one summer because I gave a student a B instead of an A as I had informed my student she would receive.
Can you imagine? I had to go BACK to school and change the grade in the paper gradebook (which we turned in to the office, BTW…) and inform the student.
Now, we can change grades right on line with the click of the mouse!
Check back here often because I have a few other FREE grading rubrics for your use.
I always appreciate when other teachers help me. So, I’m paying it forward here. Hope it helps!
Contact me at email@example.com or DeborahBaldwin.net
Hello!I'm the gal you were looking for. I'm a veteran drama teacher, play and musical director, and award winning author. Here you'll find many posts on theatre education, directing, plus advice and tips for teachers. Also, I am a happily married wife, loving mother to two swell daughters and a great step son. Most recently, I became a published author of Bumbling Bea, an award winning humorous middle grade novel about an impetuous 8th grade girl determined to play the lead role in the annual middle school play. Hope you enjoy us. Thanks!
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