Have you joined the rubrics revolution? In this podcast we chat with Jane Davidson of Real Evaluation about the use of rubrics in evaluation.
If this piques your interest, we have a slew of resources for you:
- slides from the AEA 2013 conference on rubrics:
- Jane's Evaluation Rubrics: What, Why, and How
- Kate McKegg's The Value of Rubrics in Messy Non-Profit Evaluation Contexts
- Better Evaluation and Judy Oakden have a new document on rubrics, Evaluation Rubrics: How to Ensure Clear and Transparent Assessment That Respects Diverse Lines of Evidence
- You can find a number of real-life rubrics from the New Zealand Ministry of Education here
- Jane's blog post on Evaluation specific methodologies: The methodologies that are specific to evaluation
- one of Kylie's favourite articles is Jane's Unlearning Some of Our Social Scientist Habits
- Jane also has a great little e-book, Actionable Evaluation Basics:
Getting Succinct Answers to the Most Important Questions, check it out! (Actionable Evaluation is also available in print here.)
Finally, if you've used rubrics in evaluation, please leave us a comment below and let us know how it worked for you.