5 Questions We Ask While Using Rubrics

Rubrics can be helpful. But when are they not helpful? What mistakes do we make when using rubrics? English teacher, Dr. Scott N. Forrest shares the five questions they ask at his school when working with rubrics.

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Dr. Scott N. Forrest

Scott N. Forrest has been an educator for 26 years and earned his Doctorate in Teacher Leadership. He teaches English at Mountain House High School in California, a 1:1 Chromebook blended learning school, where he received the 2015 Online Course Design Award from Blended Schools Network for his work on creating engaging online learning courses.

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2 thoughts on “5 Questions We Ask While Using Rubrics

  1. I am a high school math teacher that utilizes the use of rubrics in my class. I like that the students know the expectations before turning in their coursework. I agree with Dr. Scott Forrest when he talks about the rubric focuses on priority skills.