A rubric

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As part of the Learning X – Live sessions we would like to invite you to our first session with guest presenters.

We welcome Jenny Woof  and Susie Schofield, who have both used rubrics for marking students work.
The outline for the session will be:

  • An overview of the benefits that using a rubric / grading form can bring to the marking process (Susie)
  • Case study of the way they have been used in Biological and Biomedical Sciences. (Jenny)
  • Group activity – looking at existing rubrics – whether on paper or electronic, and to start to develop new rubrics / grading forms.
  • Technical – short overview of the process of getting from a paper rubric to a Turnitin one. (Emma)

Time / Date: Tuesday November 28th, 2:00 till 4:00 in the Strawberry Bank Ideas Lab (mid floor of the library)

All staff welcome, but please register your intention to come via Eventbrite

Don’t forget, we also have a “How to” session on Wednesday 22nd, looking specifically at using rubrics and quickmarks in Turnitin. (Bookable)

a group of people, some seated, some standing, some with laptops, some out. Lots of speech bubbles

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