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An example of our (erroneous) attempt to describe each ratings categories for each evaluation criteria 

An example of our (erroneous) attempt to describe each ratings categories for each evaluation criteria 

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In this Practice Note I share our experience using an evaluation and monitoring approach called 'rubrics' to assess a complex and dynamic project's progress towards achieving its objectives. Rubrics are a method for aggregating qualitative performance data for reporting and learning purposes. In M&E toolkits and reports, rubrics looks very appealin...

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... spent weeks writing up the descriptions for ratings categories. Soon the rubrics became bigger than Ben Hur, taking up pages and pages of tables filled with minuscule writing (an example is provided in Figure 5). For us, the proverbial 'straw that broke the camel's back' came with the feedback from team members: no-one could agree on what constituted a 'poor' , 'adequate' , 'good' , and 'excellent' learning event in terms of its relevance, for example. ...