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rubric

(Authoritative rule), noun act, bylaw, canon, code, convention, dictate, enactment, institution, law, measure, ordinance, precept, prescription, rule, ruling, statute

rubric

(Title), noun caption, classification, designation, division, genus, grouping, head, headline, label, superscription
See also: article, bylaw, caption, code, constitution, designation, dictate, direction, directive, law, measure, order, precept, prescription, principle, statute, title

rubric

1 the headnote of a law report setting out the main facts and the point of law decided in the case.
2 the long title of an Act of Parliament. Both usages derive from the fact that these parts used to be printed in red.

RUBRIC, civil law. The title or inscription of any law or statute, because the copyists formerly drew and painted the title of laws and statutes rubro colore, in red letters. Ayl. Pand. B. 1, t. 8; Diet. do Juris. h.t.

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In the case of written assignments, the components of a rubric include the following:
Concurrent to the development of the rigor rubric, North Carolina's Department of Public Instruction altered a state policy for gifted education returning gifted licensure classes to institutions of higher education.
The platform is generic, as it can be used to manage any type of rubric.
com to create rubrics and checklists to support project work in their classroom.
One undergraduate faculty member commented, "I believe the new rubric has added importance to scholarly writing .
The ISBAR Interprofessional Communication Rubric (IICR), developed by the first author and last author, is unique because of its focus on communication, the addition of Identification to SBAR, and its rubric-based, evaluative format.
Rubric, he says, has a dedicated team of project managers "who are very much focused on AccuWeather" and who understand what AccuWeather is trying to do.
Students come to understand what reflection means by reading successful examples, submitting multiple drafts, and--brace yourself--consulting the rubric.
The following article discusses three aspects of rubric assessment for an arts-infused elementary classroom: 1) a preservice teacher's strategic design choices of levels of mastery and criteria based on explicit wording, use of content standards, and aspects of creativity; 2) exemplars of preservice and classroom teacher practice in arts-infused teaching and learning; and 3) recognition of creativity in the classroom.
Doing this comes in knowing how to create and how to use an online rubric.
At the end of the work, the reader may draw some conclusions to make decisions regarding how a rubric facilitates the teacher's work.
There are so many aspects regarding tone that teachers should either isolate specific targets or use a rubric that can provide more flexibility in expectations.