As I do every year, I’m taking this week off from writing new blog posts. This week I’ll be re-running a few of the most popular posts in 2020.
Over the years I’ve referenced the University of Wisconsin Stout’s collection of
rubrics for multimedia projects. It has been a few years since I last featured it so I think it’s time to highlight it again.
UW Stout’s collection of rubrics is organized by task or project type. There are sections in the collection for presentations, eportfolios and websites, social media, group work, graphic organizers, videos, games, writing, and the research process.
The section containing rubrics on the research process is new since the last time that I wrote about UW Stout’s collection of rubrics. In the section on research process there are rubrics appropriate for elementary school, middle school, and high school students. There is even a link to Joyce Valenza’s question brainstorming template that students can use to help them refine their searches.
Applications for Education
What prompted me to revisit UW Stout’s collection of rubrics was the need for a podcast rubric. Sure enough, there is one right at the top of the presentation section in the collection. The rubric isn’t a perfect fit for my needs, but it does provide me with a great starting point for making my own podcasting rubric.