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A Rubric for Student Blogs

October 8, 2010

In a recent post on Profhacker , Mark Sample writes about a rubric he uses for evaluating student blogs. An assistant professor of literature and new media at George Mason, Sample requires students to make weekly blog entries. Top marks are given to writing that is “focused and coherently integrates examples with explanations or analysis.”

To learn more, read A Rubric for Evaluating Student Blogs.

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