This article looks at the concept of the instructional rubric as a nonformal evaluation tool. The premise is that educators can obtain evaluation information on short-term programs where formal evaluation design is not desired. Examples of instructional rubrics are given for 4-H, agriculture, and family and consumer science. In addition to the rubric itself, there are implications for educator intervention and retooling the experience.
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Maxa, E., Schwab, C., & Yoder, M. (2002). Use of Instructional Rubrics in Cooperative Extension Programming. The Journal of Extension, 40(3), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss3/23