412 Writing Rubrics and Documenting Student Progress: As Easy as 123

Thursday, April 25, 2013: 2:15 PM-4:15 PM
Convention Center: 207CD
NASPE/K-12 PE Administration
Speakers: Janice M. Bibik1; Karen F. Edwards1; and Anna E. DeVito2, (1)University of Delaware, Newark, DE, (2)Radford University, Radford, VA
Health and physical educators will begin documenting student learning as part of their annual performance review. In this session we will show you how to develop rubrics to assess your students. Writing rubrics sounds difficult, but it can be really easy if you know how to do it. This session will also cover what is a rubric, types of rubrics, and setting up an assessment system. How easy is it? 123-thatís how easy writing rubrics can be.
Handouts
  • DocumentingStudentProgress-Rubrics-AAHPERD2013for Website.pptx (1.7 MB)
  • Rubric Workshop Pre Self-Assessment.docx (16.0 kB)
  • Tips to help you create a rubric.doc (23.0 kB)
  • RubricWorksheet1.doc (36.0 kB)
  • Session Outline Tentative.docx (15.4 kB)
  • Example-Grade 6 Tsegball.docx (28.5 kB)
  • BasketballDribblingScoringSheetDeVito-xls.xls (39.5 kB)
  • SoccerDribblingKickingPassingScoringSheetDeVito-xls.xls (37.5 kB)
  • Contact for further information.docx (12.7 kB)