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Standards-based assessment and Instruction

Math Rubrics

Exemplars scoring rubrics are excellent tools for assessing student work.

Exemplars math material includes standards-based rubrics that define what work meets a standard, and allows teachers (and students) to distinguish between different levels of performance. Exemplars rubrics have four levels of performance: Novice, Apprentice, Practitioner (meets the standard) and Expert.

Exemplars uses two types of rubrics:

Students can also use our Assessment Rubrics (and annotated anchor papers) to compare their work to during peer- and self-appraisals. This process demonstrates success as well as offers opportunities for refinement. Based on student performance, teaching and learning strategies can be adjusted.

Here's What People Are Saying

Exemplars tasks have proven to be engaging for our Title I students. Use of the student-scoring rubric helps students understand exactly what is expected of them as they solve problems. This knowledge carries over to other mathematics tasks.

Deidre Greer, PhD.

Asst. Professor & Program Coordinator

Early Childhood Education

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