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Dimensions

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What do the dimensions of a quality rubric look like?

 

Dimensions are clusters or groupings of the various attributes you want to see in the student work. They serve as a reference for the student to review their work.

 

Quality dimensions: 

 

¨ 1. are clearly defined so students can understand their meaning.
¨ 2. are prioritized or placed in a purposeful order. 
¨ 3. focus on either the student's product/performance OR the process they used to complete a task. 

 

Examples of quality rubrics:

* with clear definitions (in non-table format)

* clearly prioritized

 

Examples of revised rubric:

* from process and product dimensions to product or process only

 

Explore other attributes of a quality rubric through the components below

Content Use of Language Levels Layout

 

 

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