Create Your Rubric
Make the pupils understand the advantages of self-evaluation and group evaluation with a questionnaire section.
15-18 years old
WOW priority topics covered:
- Communication skills
- Informational and communication technologies
Expected learning outcomes
An individual can create a product with online tools.
An individual can create his/her own rubric.
An individual can make necessary arrangements while preparing a Rubric.
An individual can make a group work.
Place / Environment
Computer rooms, Classroom
Tools / Materials / Resources
Computer, internet, poster papers, colored pencil, postit, sticky tape, marker pens
Step by step description of the activity / content
To take attention, the trainer asks whether they know how a feedback form is prepared or not, do they have any idea about preparation process of a feedback forms. Then starts to inform the participants that they will practice on self-evaluation forms and peer-evaluation forms.
The trainer writes a self-evaluation form to the board and asks: “What is a self-evaluation form?”. The ones who answers it, writes the key terms about this topic to the board. This activity aims to keep an information persistent. After answering the question, the trainer paraphrases the key terms and summarizes the topic.
- The participants should evaluate their contribution, progression and their products.
- The participants should evaluate their works, the way of their thinkingand how they do a work.
The trainer writes the advantages of a self-evaluation form and asks “What
are the advantages of a self-evaluation form?”, “What is the benefit of this
form?” . The participants also answer these questions.
- Self-evaluation helps the participants to realize their own strong andweak sides.
- It helps participants to feel involved in this process.
- It improves participant’s motivation.
- It encourages participants to be more responsible individuals.
- It helps participants to see themselves from an outside perspective.
The trainer continues to ask: “What is a peer-evaluation?”
Peer-evaluation is a process of evaluating other people in the group in a
“What are the advantages of it?”
- Peer evaluation helps to improve to participants’ self-reliance.
- While evaluating their peers’ proficiency level, they also improve their critical thinking ability.
- It provides a point of view to determine basic abilities and criteria of an evaluation.
Answering process is the same with the previous one. The key terms are written to the board and the trainer summarizes the topic.
The trainer separates the class into groups and asks: “Which form are you going to prepare? Why? What are your criteria? Which questions will be in
To prepare the answers, the trainer gives some time. Every group takes poster papers, coloured papers. Every group prepares their evaluation form drafts.
While preparing an evaluation form, the trainer informs that they could use an online tool.
“What is the criteria for preparing a rubric? What they should be? Let’s think that the posters that you have prepared in the previous class is going to be used for rubric as an evaluation. What would you ask? What would be the target group for rubric? As a self-evaluation or a peer-evaluation?”. To answer the questions and to talk about it, the trainer separates class into groups. The discussion continues with a question-answer period. After discussion, trainer gives some time to prepare group’s rubric.
To lead the participants, the trainer asks some questions:
- Does it reflect the company’s mission?
- Does the maintainability theme is processed?
- Is it unique?
- Is it creative and attentive?
- Is the video informative?
The trainer wants from the participants to open the following link:
The participants opens the link and creates an account on rubistar. The trainer informs about the steps of creating a rubric. Before the groups change their drafts into a rubric with rubistar, they create a demo rubric. With this activity the participants see the steps of creating rubric. The trainer gives some time to the groups to create their rubrics.