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Two Dimensional Rubrics

Two Dimensional Rubrics

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It would be nice to be able to create a single rubric that can be use to score two (or more) criteria simultaneously.  In the example, above, a math teacher could evaluate both content knowledge and the impact that procedural fluency has on producing correct answers with use of content knowledge.  Many times the criteria one uses to evaluate student work is not mutually exclusive of other criteria.

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Stefanie
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bowmanr
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I see the value of that for some people.  Rubrics have been a learning experience for me and now you want to make it worse.  I'll expect 3-d rubric grading shortly (just kidding).  I upvoted this because I think it is a worthwhile grading rubric that some people definitely use.