With this resource, teachers will learn to step beyond the boundaries of the traditional linguistic-mathematical paradigm of assessment. In the new, brain-based assessment paradigm, instruction and assessment are two sides of a single coin. Using MI-based rubrics is the key to building authentic and intelligence-fair assessments. Provided here are 80 MI-based rubrics guidelines which can be applied and adapted to students' performances using the various intelligences; 240+ questions to ask when evaluating or assessing students' MI-based performances and the content/material assessed; 240+ questions to ask students about their MI-based performances to confirm their understanding of the required content/material; real classroom examples of MI-based assessment and rubrics which have been used by teachers; and more.Sample. Rubrics. for. Verbal-. Linguistic. Intelligence. ar Essays Using a variety of forms and sentence styles (declarative, interrogative, descriptive, and so on) to demonstrate onea#39;s knowledge INTELLIGENCE PERFORMANCEanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rubrics Way|
|Author||:||David G. Lazear|
|Publisher||:||Chicago Review Press - 1998|