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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Editable Sample Rubric

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This easy-to-use Microsoft Word rubric template -- created by Cait Camarata, Edutopia's visual designer -- can be modified to suit your own needs. It is also available in Google Docs format. Read about some of the elements of well-designed rubrics in the associated post: "4 Easy Tips and Tricks for Creating Visually Engaging Rubrics."

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Katherine Katter's picture

Biggest problem: Competent is a synonym of Proficient. So I would change that column to "Inadequate" or "Developing."

John S. Thomas's picture
John S. Thomas
First & Second Grade Teacher/Adjunct faculty Antioch University New England, former Elementary Principal

For that column I also like "Partially Proficient" or "Needs Improvement."

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Ashley Cronin's picture
Ashley Cronin
Digital Resource Curator

Here are some instructions for those who want to edit the Google docs version of the rubric. Note that you will need to log in with a Google account. Once logged in, you will have the option to create a copy of the rubric. You will also have the option to download it so you can edit it with the application of your choosing.

Here are the steps:

1. Create an account at:
https://accounts.google.com/signup

2. Sign in to your account and access the rubric at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OCpYFYkcIwOwa0d5BCcTH5xahQ6GiaS1PnP0...

3. From the rubric, go to the top menu and access "File." Under "File," you will see options to "Make a copy" and "Download as."

Hope that helps!

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