Using Rubrics to Teach and Assess Financial Education
Rubrics can be useful tools for teaching business finance courses. They can make certain types of assignments less burdensome for the instructor while providing students with meaningful feedback on their work. This paper provides examples of rubrics currently in use and provides guidelines for creating new rubrics. The potential for using rubrics in the assessment of learning outcomes is also discussed.
How to Cite
Wrolstad, Mark. 2009. “Using Rubrics to Teach and Assess Financial Education”. Journal of Finance Issues 7 (1):1-10. https://doi.org/10.58886/jfi.v7i1.2558.