SmartRubric is a web app that uses custom, interactive rubrics to capture rich formative assessment data while you mark.
SmartRubric generates consistent personalised AFL for each piece of student work. With the touch of a button, you
can easily create clear, meaningful reports about individual, group or
cohort progress against specific skills.
I would just like to say a huge thank you for revolutionising the way we work! We started using Smart Rubric this academic year and have not looked back. It is so easy to use, so quick and the feedback students get is incredibly detailed. Mark books are readily available for transferring to reports and for use at parents evening. We will definitely be continuing our subscription for many years to come.
- Emily Hollis, Associate Assistant Headteacher and Director of Teaching and Learning
Woodcote High School, London Borough of Croydon
Create and share fully customisable, interactive rubrics that perfectly fit the needs of your students and your curriculum, regardless of what you teach.
Use these rubrics to quickly and efficiently assess your students. You do what you normally do, we capture rich, fine grained data.
With the click of a button, generate useful reports for students, parents and schools. It's easy to track the impact of interventions and support your teaching practice.
An interactive gradebook and intuitive infographics help you understand how students are progressing against specific objectives.
Most teachers have probably come across occasional student who is a maker. There was a girl in my year 8 English class who made the most adorable jewellery out of tiny, perfect, sculpted baked goods and sweets ('Get thee to Etsy!' I may or may not have cried, 'get thee to Etsy!).
Exam season is in full swing, so you are probably seeing a lot of zombified students in your lessons. They usually come in two flavours -- dead-eyed nihilists, and panicky zealots who want copies of every past paper that's ever happened and for you to mark their unsolicited work.
It's exam prep season, which means that sadly, KS3 probably isn't getting much love at the moment. To rectify this, I'm going to share a couple of really easy English Speaking and Listening lesson formats that take approximately zero planning and work from years 7-9, plus a couple of downloadable rubrics to make sure that you're evidencing progress.
If you teach KS4 and KS5, you are probably in the midst of some pretty serious exam preparation. For many of you, that means practice papers. Lots of them. And if you happen to teach a subject like English, that means a lot of extended essay questions to mark.
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