‘Minirubrics’ – 7 hot tips for using this cool tool to focus evaluative conversations

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Posted by: Jane Davidson

Looking for an easy-to-grasp and much more compact alternative to rubrics? Try a minirubric!

A minirubric is a cross between a rating scale and a short rubric.

Hot tip #1: These aren’t an alternative to careful evaluative reasoning informed by the right mix of evidence, but (like full-size rubrics)

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The Friday Funny: The Laws of Evaluation Quality (and a great rating tool for meta-eval)

Top marks to John Gargani for cracking us up this week with his gem of a blog post on The Laws of Evaluation Quality. Looking for a meta-evaluation tool that succinctly summarizes evaluation quality? Try John’s new Likert scale!

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