Co-Created Rubrics

In grade 2, we use co-created rubrics to self-assess drafts of our writing and develop student agency.

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Co-created rubrics are a great way to develop student agency. Before creating the rubric for our informative books, we critiqued an informative writing piece that demonstrated excellence. We asked ourselves, "What makes a great informational book?" Using these identifiers we created the rubric to self-assess our own informative books.

All of the criteria used to create the rubric was from the students. As the teacher, I was there to scaffold and help model what great feedback "looks" and "sounds" like (kind, specific, helpful). 

With a co-created rubric, students were eager to revise and edit their own work. The informative writing we used for critique was found on EL Education's Models of Excellence page.

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Great idea!

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