Co-construction of math rubrics refers to the process of students and teachers working together in the creation of a rubric in its early stages. When students are involved in the development process, the result often reflects higher levels of critical thinking, student engagement and ownership of student learning.
The most successful involvement of students in the construction of math rubrics can be achieved when:
- there is clarity in learning goals and outcomes;
- quality samples are provided to students; and
- student voice is perceived as valued.
- Here are some videos demonstrating how teachers can co-construct rubrics with their students.
- Video #1 Classroom
- Video #2 Classroom
- Assessment done with students, not to students : Rationale for co-constructing rubrics.Rationale for Co-Constructing Rubrics
Further Reading/Professional Resources:
- “A plan for the co-construction and collaborative use of rubrics for student learning” by Peter Kilgour et al. (May 2019)
- Co-Constructing Rubrics with Educircles.org
School Division Resources:
- Sun West School Division Resource Bank: This resource bank is a searchable system that parents, students, and educators can use to find lessons and resources from Kindergarten to grade 12.