If you're a teacher you probably know what a rubric is. Today's technology tip can give you some help with your next rubric.
Making a Rubic From Scratch in Word:
If you prefer to make your rubrics from scratch in Microsoft Word you might want to review "Technology Tip #67 - Table That" for some assistance with making tables in Word.
Here are some online resources for making rubrics that many teachers have found to be useful:
Lots of pre-made and customizable rubrics available. Registered users can save and edit rubrics online for one year. Click here for a direct link to their rubric maker.
Though they charge membership fees to access some of their features you can still access hundreds of free, pre-made rubrics for all kinds of subject areas. Click here for a direct link to their "General Rubric Maker"
This site offers a list of pre-made rubrics for you to pick from. The list changes weekly.
iRubric from Rcampus: http://www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm
iRubic is a great site for making a truly online rubric. They also have an inventory of rubucs you can search and you can even modify existing ribics to suit your specific needs. Free for one teacher and some students but if your whole school wants to use it you'll have to pay them a fee.
Free Printable Rubrics from TeacherVision: https://www.teachervision.com/rubrics/printable/4546.html
If you prefer your rubics on good old fashioned paper then this will be a better choice for you. Your first few printable rubics are free and then they want you to subscribe.