In a previous post, I complained that most podcast rubrics were did not focus primarily on standards. Here’s one I created
Demonstrate the standard by starting with an essential question, or starting with “How does”and a statement from the standard
Do an in-depth analysis by using several words such as the causes of, because of, the consequences of, the impact on, and the present day implications.
Provide a comprehensive analysis by connecting to other essential standard vocabulary within the key component such as latitude, longitude, map scale for the Geography Standard.
Connect the key component to other key components in the standard such as connecting the key component of chronological thinking with historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretation, historical research capabilities, and historical issues-analysis and decision-making from the National History Standards.
Connect the key component to another standard such as connecting the history standard of “changes in transportation over time” to the geographical standard and the economics standard.
Do you have a podcast rubric that focuses on standards-based learning that you would like to share? How can using this type of rubric help your students to create more robust standards-based learning?
© Harry Grover Tuttle, 2007