Journal article

Teacher perceptions of quality criterion referenced rubrics in practice

H Gundlach, M Dawborn-Gundlach

Literacy Learning: The Middle Years | Australian Literacy Educators' Association | Published : 2020


To help students improve their writing and speaking, they need clear, jargon-free feedback that provides direction for their craft. Do students need to wait for personalised annotations and comments from the teacher on their work, or could attempts to use more standardised, objective feedback measures play a role? This study investigated teachers' perceptions of assessing student performance using Quality Criterion Referenced (QCR) rubrics. The participants were the English department of a large metropolitan school in Melbourne. Presented with a non-QCR rubric and an exemplar QCR rubric which adhered to Griffin's ten rubric writing rules (2014), participants were asked to rate their confiden..

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