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The Rubrics Way: Using Multiple Intelligences to Assess Understanding

by David Lazear

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156976087X, Paperback)

Encouraging teachers to step beyond the boundaries of the traditional linguistic-mathematical paradigm of assessment, this resource shows how using MI-based rubrics is the key to building authentic and intelligence-fair assessments. Provided here are 80 MI-based rubrics guidelines that can be applied and adapted to students’ performances using the various intelligences. There are more than 240 questions to ask when evaluating students’ MI-based performances and their understanding of the required material. In addition, the guide offers real classroom examples of MI-based assessment and rubrics that have been used by teachers.

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