Definition: The single point rubric offers a column of specific criteria in the middle that allows for learners to reflect on specific “glows” and “grows”. It leaves off evaluative language specific to the learning, but rather allows the learner or the teacher to provide feedback on each side.

Above image from the Cult of Pedagogy.


Gonzalez, J. (n.d.). Meet the Single Point Rubric. from

Hashem, D. (n.d.). 6 Reasons to Try a Single-Point Rubric. from

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