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Jayne Miller By Jayne Miller • November 4, 2015

Your Rubric Has Superpowers


Behold, the mighty rubric.

They’re transparent and communicative. They can support standards and skill-based learning in a single bound, while offering instructors grading that is faster than a speeding bullet.

You can connect them to assignments submitted through Google Drive for a workflow that is more powerful than a locomotive. Truly the grading tool of steel, you can create rubrics without numbered values. Share them with colleagues! Use them on multiple assignments to cement core competencies!

Assigning a final paper for your class using techniques you’ve been learning all semester? This looks like a job for a rubric.

Learn more about building your own super-rubric in Chalkup with our new guided tourHow’s that for a story?



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