Working with the InTeGrate Materials Development and Refinement Rubric
Why is there an InTeGrate Rubric?
Materials Development and Refinement Rubric (Microsoft Word 2007 (.docx) 113kB Jan18 14) for detailed descriptions of each rubric item.
Sub-Areas of the Rubric
There are six sub-areas of the rubric:
1. Guiding principles of InTeGrate teaching materials
2. Learning objectives and goals
3. Assessment and measurement
4. Resources and materials
5. Instructional strategies
Materials are scored against the rubric by three members of the InTeGrate assessment team. The reviews are then combined by the head of the assessment team and one final score (along with comments) is presented to the materials development team. Before materials can be implemented in classrooms, materials must achieve the following scores:
- A score of 100% must be achieved on the guiding principles portion of the rubric.
- Scores of 85% or higher must be achieved in each of the other sub-areas.
Materials may be unofficially scored against the rubric during checkpoints 1-3 to give materials development teams an indication of whether materials are poised to pass the rubric officially.