Rubrics (Scales)

 

FREE RUBRIC TEMPLATE

Proficiency Scale Template (Marzano)

 

 

COLLABORATIVE EXAMPLES

Proficiency Scale Bank (Marzano). Free but registration is required (excellent).

 

 

OTHERS

Marzano Rubric Ideas (Teaching Teachers to Use Technology)

The Marzano Framework Design Question 1 Element 1 Providing Clear Learning Goals and Scales (Rubrics) pdf

Marzano Resources for Communicating Learning Goals and Feedback

RubiStar is a free tool to help teachers create quality rubrics.

Rubrics for Small Group Work from Ellen Weber, Student Assessment that Works (1999), page 130.

Rubrics: More Free Examples (Marzano) includes Health Education and Physical Education, Math, Science, Musical Community Skills, Social Studies and World Languages.

 

 

PROMETHEAN

Marzano Learning Goals Resource Pack (Promethean Planet)

 

 

VIDEO

Marzano 4 Point Grading in relation to a Report Card

What is Marzano's Grading Rubric? Fifteen minute video with a teacher explaining Marzano's grading rubric to students

 

TEACHER SELF-REFLECTION: from the book 'Becoming a Reflective Teacher' by Robert J. Marzano, Debra J. Pickering, Tammy Heflebower, Jessica Kanold-McIntyre and Tina Boogren.

1.What do I typically do to provide clear learning goals and scales (rubrics)? (pdf)

2. What do I typically do to track student progress? (pdf)

 

 

FREE REPRODUCIBLES from the book 'Designing & Teaching Learning Goals & Objectives' by Robert J. Marzano

Available HERE

Student Progress Sheet
Exercise 2.1: Learning Goals vs. Activities and Assignments
Exercise 2.2: Declarative vs. Procedural Knowledge
Exercise 2.3: Translating General Statements Into Learning Goals
Exercise 2.4: Designing Assessment Tasks for Learning Goals
Exercise 3.1: Identifying Different Types of Retrieval Goals
Exercise 3.2: Identifying Different Types of Comprehension Goals
Exercise 3.3: Identifying Different Types of Analysis Goals
Exercise 3.4: Identifying Different Types of Knowledge Utilization Goals
Exercise 4.1: Ordering Goals by Level of Difficulty
Exercise 4.2: Designing a Scale
Exercise 4.3: Designing Noncognitive Scales
Answers to Exercise 2.1: Learning Goals vs. Activities and Assignments
Answers to Exercise 2.2: Declarative vs. Procedural Knowledge
Answers to Exercise 2.3: Translating General Statements Into Learning Goals
Answers to Exercise 2.4: Designing Assessment Tasks for Learning Goals
Answers to Exercise 3.1: Identifying Different Types of Retrieval Goals
Answers to Exercise 3.2: Identifying Different Types of Comprehension Goals
Answers to Exercise 3.3: Identifying Different Types of Analysis Goals
Answers to Exercise 3.4: Identifying Different Types of Knowledge Utilization Goals
Answers to Exercise 4.1: Ordering Goals by Level of Difficulty
Answers to Exercise 4.2: Designing a Scale
Answers to Exercise 4.3: Designing Noncognitive Scales

 

 

PROMETHEAN

Marzano Learning Goals Resource Pack

 

 

VIDEO - Marzano

Robert Marzano's Book on Designing and Teaching Learning Goals and Objectives (YouTube)

 

VIDEO - Related

Success Criteria: Setting Goals to Improve Student Learning

What Are We Learning Today Setting Goals to Improve Student Learning ('WALT' and 'WILF')