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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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The process of data analysis comprised a detailed examination of the results obtained by the students in each of the components of both rubrics and took into account their opinions stated in the questionnaire.
he chief purpose of the rubrics is to assess students performances.
Many authors claim that rubrics can both teach and evaluate (Andrade & Du, 2005; Jonsson & Svingby, 2007; Reddy & Andrade, 2010).
Focusing on second language (L2) writing rubrics, the present study builds upon and extends the analyses in Dryer (2013), with special attention to linguistic agency, nominalizations, and the language of ability.
What seems to happen most often is that we, as teachers, create a well-planned rubric and provide it to our students.
"Now, any educator can head to rubric-maker.com to create rubrics and checklists to support project work in their classroom."
Using the PWR as a supplement to the course assignment grading rubric can result in a loss of up to 9 points from the overall grade for the written assignment.
(3.) It is interesting to note that in Agency in the Age of Peer Production, the qualitative study that historizes our effort to crowdsource our curriculum from a datagogical lens, we chronicle instructor resistance to a generic rubric. Now, when we introduced the idea of changing the generic rubric, for making rubrics distinct for each project, we experienced resistance.
* And post a Day 1 announcement or resource item that discusses why rubrics are so important--including their value beyond the course.
CONCLUSION Teaching and evaluating communication in simulation with a standardized rubric is a research area in need of further exploration and refinement.
Abher Rasheed, (Associate Professor FET) gave comprehensive overview of the Assessment Methodologies practiced in the University and shared the 'rubrics' developed by FET for assessment based on Outcome Based Education (OBE) system.