bd40bc7c7a So the rubric could be geared towards the kind of student work you want to see them do and the quality of the outcome. Students synthesize information from multiple sources, often over an extended period of time, or transfer knowledge from one domain to solve problems in another. Gerald - do you mind letting us know your opinion between the two? In the meantime, we found this helpful chart that compares the two: Sign in to vote!(1) Posted 9/20/2014 6:14am Gerald AungstGifted Support Teacher / Cheltenham School District I think both tools are valuable and serve different purposes. "None of these things is what I want for students at any level," Yatvin says. Webb's is related to the actual tasks that students do and the level of cognitive depth required to do them.
Gerald Aungst's Profile Sign in or register to comment Was this useful? Sign in to vote! (4) Learn More About AssessmentStrategic Goals: Formative + Summative = Rigor How Should We Measure Student Learning? 5 Keys to Comprehensive Assessment Interactive Notebooks: No Special Hardware Required 13 Free Teacher Downloads for Back to School Gerald Aungst Gifted Support Teacher / Cheltenham School District follow: Related Tags: AssessmentEducation TrendsFormative AssessmentTeaching StrategiesAll Grades Comments (6) Sign in or register to comment Follow Subscribe to comments via RSS Posted 9/17/2014 9:52am Elana LeoniDirector of Social Media Strategy and Marketing Edutopia, edcamp organizer Staff We've posted this blog to our Facebook community recently and got a lot of comments comparing it to Bloom's taxonomy. Elias Posted Aug. 12, 2016. Some resources which may help: This DoK wheel (PDF, 34KB) These examples of DoK levels for four content areas (PDF, 39KB) These examples of using DoK in the fine arts (PDF, 102KB). For Level 3, on the other hand, you're going to focus much more on reasoning, supporting arguments with evidence, and such. Level 3: Strategic Thinking At this level of complexity, students must use planning and evidence, and thinking is more abstract. Part of the problem is that we have adopted the jargon without a clear understanding of what we really mean. Webb's Depth of Knowledge gives you a framework and common language to make that happen in your classroom. Sort the tasks into categories according to the four DoK Levels.