demo warm-down response “Avoiding FRACK-ing by Building Better Writing Rubrics” #uiwp

This is a down-down post to collect responses from the fellows attending my teaching demonstration during the 2012 University of Illinois Writing Project (#uiwp2012).  The comments and replies represent the opinions of the authors and may not represent the owner of this site.

After our collaborative activity, please take some time to reflect on one or both of the questions below.  I’d appreciate a reply to this post, if you’re willing to share!
  • Where did you start? / How did you go about establishing categories? / Did you start with a prompt or driving question?
  • What “pet peeves” came up as you worked to develop a rubric?
  • How did collaboration play into your rubric creation?
  • How can you (if you can?) scale Bloom’s taxonomy/terminology?
  • Do you “grow out” of rubrics at some point?
  • Is there a genre that is harder to establish a rubric for than another?
  • Where did numbers play into your discussion?
  • What’s your impression of the proposed “discovery rubrics”?

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