Evaluation by Rubrics: A Computerized System


This report details a computerized system that allows teachers to use rubrics as a means of evaluation in a curriculum competency. The computerized system for evaluation by rubrics allows you to design them, modify them, and generate a bank with them so that they can be used later. It is a software that allows you to assess, co-assess, and self-assess either team or individually, the evidence of learning in a course through rubrics and represents an example of how the proper use of the new technologies can become a differentiating factor assessment process of learning about traditional evaluative practices by providing tools that allow use of time and material resources in a more effective and efficient manner both, for the teacher and the student.

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Barrón, J. , Blanco, H. , Blanco, J. , Rodríguez-Villalobos, J. and Viciana, J. (2014) Evaluation by Rubrics: A Computerized System. Creative Education, 5, 1091-1105. doi: 10.4236/ce.2014.512124.

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