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This page links to an extensive set of rubrics for teachers of all levels.  It provides traditional rubrics for assessing all facets of the research process -- including research report, written and verbal communication, data collection and lab work, and teamwork efforts. Also noteworthy are the rubrics for newer forms of multimedia such as podcasts, Web 2.0, web pages, Power Point, and video production projects.
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© 2007 Joan Vandervelde
assessment, rubrics, teacher support
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