Presenter: Carolyn Coil, Pieces of Learning
Core Area: Planning 1.1, Planning 1.4, Instruction 2.1, Instruction 2.2, Instruction 2.4
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 1

It’s the challenge every teacher faces: how do you grade fairly when improvement, growth, and knowledge are different for each student? It starts with creating a rubric. In this course, Carolyn Coil offers tips for shaping practical, understandable rubrics for differentiated classrooms.

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Grading rubrics aren’t perfect, particularly when you’re trying to assess students who have different strengths, skills, and levels of knowledge. In Differentiated STEM Integration for the Classroom – Assessing Products and Processes, Carolyn Coil provides practical advice as well as examples for shaping good rubrics that can immediately be applied in the classroom

This course covers:

  • Assessing student work using complex rubrics
  • Tips for shaping rubrics that children understand
  • Shaping rubrics to help grade effectively and fairly
  • Sample rubrics

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4 reviews for Differentiated STEM Integration for the Classroom – Assessing Products and Performances

  1. Irene Gloria – UNITED ISD (verified owner)


  2. Mary – VAN WERT CITY (verified owner)

    This was a useful to refresh knowledge on rubrics. It did not teach me anything too.

  3. Amanda – MIDWAY ISD – WOODWAY (verified owner)

    Love the idea of the extension column on rubrics. This will completely change my rubrics that I use.

  4. Melanie – BURLESON ISD (verified owner)


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