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Online Tools for Creating Rubrics

Teachers at my site want to create rubrics to assess various technology-supported projects. Are there Web-based tools they can use? Absolutely. There are a number of resources available on the Web, and many also include samples that teachers can use 'as-is' or modify to meet specific needs. Two well-known
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Teachers at my site want to create rubrics to assess various technology-supported projects. Are there Web-based tools they can use?

Absolutely. There are a number of resources available on the Web, and many also include samples that teachers can use 'as-is' or modify to meet specific needs. Two well-known online rubric builders are:

Both of these tools have been around a long time and are easy to use. You can safely recommend them to your teachers.

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