Presented by: Jayzona Alberto, Academic Manager, Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine Grading with rubrics can result in more robust forms of testing and efficient evaluations of student performance. Performance-based assessments can encompass various types of grading, including clinical exams, OSCEs, homework assignments, essays, group projects and presentations, self- and peer-to-peer assessments, and so much more. Having a clear vision of your implementation process is essential to achieving success when integrating the use of rubrics; therefore, consider setting long-term goals for your institution to work toward. This webinar will focus on implementing rubric grading at your institution and cover the following topics: Faculty buy-in and training Innovative use of rubrics The value of rubric reports and data Overcoming obstacles to reach your assessment goals (Recorded on December 9, 2014, at 1pm ET)
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