Below are some of the rubrics and other evaluative tools I've created for assessment. I use rubrics often to evaluate student work and I have my students use them to assess their own work.
Summarizing: I created the following rubric to assist students in writing summaries.
Board Game: During a study of nonfiction students read a variety of short books. Near the end of the unit I had the students design board games in small groups. All the students had a chance to play each others' games. They used the rubric I designed (below) to assess their classmates' work.
Persuasive Essays: I created the rubric below and shared it with my teammates. We used it (as did the students) to assess persuasive essays that the children had written.
Math Constructed Response: I developed the follwing rubric to assess students' constructed responses to a math problem.
Writing Narratives: My 7th grade students and I created the following rubrics to assist in writing personal narratives as well as fiction.
Elementary School Teacher
M.A. Degree in Elem. Education
B.S. Degree in Mathematics
Assessment and Evaluation