- Universidad Francisco de Vitoria – III Call for teaching innovation projects 2017
- Main researcher: Juan Fraile
The aim of this project was exploring the effect of the co-creation of rubrics on performance, self-regulation and self-efficacy. The great innovation is that, although questionaires are used to measure some variables, thinking aloud protocols were also used to understand how the students develop the three self-regulation phases (planning, monitoring, and self-evaluation). In other words, from the beginning when they receive the rubric, as they are doing the assignment, and when they finally submit it. As well, the aim is to identify the differences that co-creating rubrics (versus just receiving the rubrics) may produce.