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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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Their introduction of a scoring rubric gave students a tool to use in assisting students in identifying the performance criteria on which they would be evaluated.
The written instructions, on paper that is separate from the page on which the rubric is printed, state the following:
A rubric, based on the four-point model, has been developed to evaluate the required components of the web-based digital portfolio.
Included in PRO is the Gradebook tool, enabling teachers to utilize Common Core-based rubrics to assess students' performance and monitor their growth in specific areas of writing.
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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.
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.
Use of a rubric enables specific critiques of each essay.
AllofE Solutions, a software solution provider for K-12 school districts, recently completed a research and development project where they automated the paper-based process of managing rubrics for teachers.
The third rubric discusses the problematics of Eastern and Central Europe from the perspective of globalization.
WTCS Education Director Barb Schuler, of the Family, Consumer and Related Human Services Office of Instruction, worked closely on development of the new Early Childhood Education program TSA rubric.