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repositorio_de_documentos [2012/05/06 08:57]
caolarte [Outcomes and Attributes]
repositorio_de_documentos [2012/12/10 12:54] (actual)
caolarte [Rubrics]
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    * Stanford University, Rubrics ({{:abet:stanford_assessment_-_6_-_rubrics.pdf|PDF}}): Performance assessments require the use of a standardized scoring procedure usually involving a rubric. A rubric is a matrix that identifies the expected outcomes of performance on task with the respective levels of performance along those outcomes. This document gives a good example on how to build rubrics.     * Stanford University, Rubrics ({{:abet:stanford_assessment_-_6_-_rubrics.pdf|PDF}}): Performance assessments require the use of a standardized scoring procedure usually involving a rubric. A rubric is a matrix that identifies the expected outcomes of performance on task with the respective levels of performance along those outcomes. This document gives a good example on how to build rubrics. 
    * Carnegie Mellon University: Final Assessment ({{:abet:rubric-95-820final_-_carnegie_mellon_university.pdf|PDF}}) gives an example of a Final Assignment rubric.     * Carnegie Mellon University: Final Assessment ({{:abet:rubric-95-820final_-_carnegie_mellon_university.pdf|PDF}}) gives an example of a Final Assignment rubric. 
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 +==== Industry Board ====
 +   * [[http://www.spclab.com/publisher/journals/Vol3No2/greenlaw.pdf|Setting Up and Maintaining A Strong Industrial Advisory]] (Raymond Greenlaw). Practical advices to guide to work of the industry board. 
 
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