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Synonyms for rubric

a code or set of codes governing action or procedure, for example

Synonyms for rubric

an authoritative rule of conduct or procedure

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an explanation or definition of an obscure word in a text

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directions for the conduct of Christian church services (often printed in red in a prayer book)

a heading that names a statute or legislative bill

a title or heading that is printed in red or in a special type

category name

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adorn with ruby red color

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This paper extends the literature in accounting education by showing the effect of a scoring rubric on students' performance on examinations in an introduction to managerial accounting course.
To use the rubric, a number of materials must be within easy reach: lens paper, a histological slide containing the desired cells or tissue, a stopwatch, and the written instructions associated with the rubric.
The rubric should use language that is clear and positive with articulate gradations of quality (Goodrich, 1997).
Reports allow teachers to easily assess the scores for their class on their most recent project for a specific rubric, with scores then broken down for each individual skill.
Ian Sheppard, Rubric Lois King; Jo Tabis, LMPQ Legal Apprentices.
Rubric formed in 2011 and describe themselves as a "musical democracy" consisting of Chris Binding providing lyrical input as well as vocals and guitar, Andrew Bell on guitar, Rob Caroll on bass and Helen Whitford on drums.
A series of videos Uzbek Life will be broadcasted in City-tour rubric which will introduce the Uzbek tourism cities Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva.
Visualizing an analytical and holistic rubric as colorful squares and rectangular blocks can reflect the innovative thinking necessary for an arts-infused K-5 classroom.
5) Having the rubric is almost like having a teacher next to them saying, "Keep your elbow down," or "Relax your pinkie" or "Sit up straight.
A search of the library literature brings up published, peer reviewed rubrics for evaluating websites and other electronic information, and a Google search on "web evaluation rubric" brings up almost 1.
Figure 1 illustrates our program's response, which includes (a) including writing skills in our admissions criteria; (b) offering a required writing course in our MSW program; (c) implementing a standard writing rubric In MSW courses; (d) assigning integrated writing assignments, including peer reviews and sequential papers or rough drafts; (e) collaborating with the university writing center (UWC); (f) providing a writing coach for MSW students; (g) mentoring for professional scholarship; and (h) using the standard writing rubric criteria in the culminating project for our capstone MSW course, Exit Colloquium.
The deployment of an automated rubric management solution came after years of working in the K-12 academic sector in the areas of curriculum management and assessments.
The second rubric is alloted to discuss the transformation processes of national borders on the scale of Eastern and Central Europe.
As part of the TSA development process, any of the 16 technical colleges offering accounting, for example, send faculty representatives to the table to identify common program outcomes--the first step in creating a TSA assessment rubric.
Internet resource links for rubric development, mathematical focal points, and standards.