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1. [http://edweb.sdsu.edu/triton/july/rubrics/Rubric_Template.html Rubric Template]
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2. [https://www.goshen.edu/art/ed/rubric3.html Discussion Rubric Example]
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3. [http://www.uni.edu/chfasoa/IntroductiontoRubrics.ppt#256,1,Introduction%20to%20Rubrics Rubrics PowerPoint]
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4. [http://www.lincoln.edu/tle/CreatingRubrics081511.pdf Multiple Sites]
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Revision as of 00:18, 8 December 2014

Example of a blogging rubric

http://www.lincoln.edu/tle/CreatingRubrics081511.pdf


Topic and Purpose

Now is the time to develop a lesson for a blog and a rubric that goes along with it of your own. You have the terminology down, multiple sites you can choose from, and examples of effective activities and lessons with blogs to inspire your ideas!

Learning Objectives

  • Learners will develop an educational blog of their own
  • Learners will develop an educational rubric for their created blog

Lesson 1: Blog

Learning Objective

  • Learners will develop an educational blog of their own

Review

Review all of the past articles, websites, and videos in each of the past lessons. Some are posted here:


Do

Create a lesson for a blog as a teacher that could be used in your current class or a future class. Upload a link to your blog lesson to My Blog for the rest of the class to view and see.


Reflect

Peer review a fellow classmates' blog lesson. Give them suggestions on what works well, questions you may have that need clarification, and any suggestions for change.

Lesson 2: Rubric

Learning Objectives

  • Learners will develop an educational rubric for their created blog

Read

1. Rubric Template 2. Discussion Rubric Example 3. Rubrics PowerPoint 4. Multiple Sites



Do

Create a rubric that goes along with your blog lesson and assignment. It could have to do with the posts, the commenting, or any other aspect your wish to include in your lesson!


Reflect

Peer review a fellow classmates' rubric. Give them suggestions on what works well, questions you may have that need clarification, and any suggestions for change.

Naviagation

Move back to: Unit 2: Use of Blogging

Return to:Introduction to Blogging

Refereces