Checklists and rubrics help students understand expectations as they navigate more complex tasks and assignments. By listing learning targets and criteria, checklists and rubrics help students monitor their work, enhancing Metacognition and allowing for revisions, particularly during the Composition process. Older students are increasingly able to self-assess and provide feedback to peers, making checklists and rubrics essential tools for self-reflection, peer evaluation, and group activities.
Learn how this school integrates rubrics and checklists. They use these tools to set clear criteria for self-assessments so students can take charge of revising, thus increasing Motivation and fostering a growth mindset. At 2:28, watch how students use colored pencils to identify evidence for having met the criteria, make comments, then revise their work, encouraging independent learning.
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From 3:04, watch how Goobric, a Google Chrome extension, allows for rubrics to be set for students' self- and peer- assessment. By setting a clear rubric for students to assess their own and their peers' work, Goobric promotes Metacognition to help learners better understand what is expected of them.
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