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Explain the position Brookhart argues in Chapter 2 against rubrics that only summarize the requirements of the task, as opposed to rubrics that describe evidence of learning. The rubrics that only summarize the requirements does not tell the teachers exactly what the students have learned all they do is let the teachers know that the students can complete the task.  These particular rubrics that are task oriented according to Brookhart is more for the teachers, With the rubrics that describe evidence of learning I think that Brookhart was saying that the students are actually learning and the teachers have evidence that the students are excelling from the different activities the teacher implements
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