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Assessment Rubric

Assessment Rubrics provide students with informative feedback and prompt students to reflect on their own work. With rubrics students become more aware of their learning process and progress. It helps students to understand expectations and components of an assignment, and improve work through timely and detailed feedback. Rubrics can also help peers to provide feedback to other students at strategic points while they are in the process of completing the assignment. With this method teachers learn to formulate their learning objectives in such a way that they are measurable, that is to say that they are given in the form of concrete, observable actions of students. It helps to give timely, effective feedback and promotes student learning in a sustainable way. Rubrics will help teachers to clarify their expectations and components of an assignment and help teachers to grade more objectively. It also helps teachers to provide feedback which students can act on to improve their performance. Rubrics help assess assignments consistently from student-to-student.

 

European university: University Inholland

Piloting universities: BINUS International and Universitas Widya Mandala