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Designing rubrics for project based learning

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Rubrics can be used by teachers to assess and instruct their students in project-based learning units. This tutorial provides examples of how a rubric can be constructed to reframe certain skill sets, such as the ability to communicate and represent problems, or collaborate with others, in a way that these skills become easier to assess. Rubrics help the student shape projects based on clear and objective reasoning while allowing for the instructor to express expectaions in a concise way.

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