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Rubrics and Grading Forms

An administrator can create rubrics for instructors to use from the rubric library.


There are four rubric types:


Standard Rubric: Allows you to enter scale values and criteria percentages. The maximum value for the Standard rubric will be the same as the highest scale value entered


Custom Rubric: Allows you to enter any value directly into the rubric cells. The maximum value for the Custom rubric will be the sum of the highest value entered in each of the criteria rows


Qualitative Rubric: Allows you to create a rubric that has no numeric scoring; this rubric allows you to provide standard feedback only

 

Grading Form: Allows you to create a rubric that has a list of criteria that contains free response text fields and the ability to score each criterion.

Creating a Standard Rubric Scorecard


A standard rubric allows you to enter scale values and criteria percentages. The maximum value for the Standard rubric will be the same as the highest scale value entered.

 

1. Click on the Instructors tab at the top of any page

 

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2. Click on the Rubric/Form Library tab

 

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3. Click on the Rubric menu icon

 

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4. Select Create new rubric from the drop down menu

 

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5. Enter the Rubric name in the top left of the rubric manager.

 

 

6. To edit the name, description, or percentage value for a criterion, click directly on the title, description or percentage value to open the text box field. Enter the new title, description or value and press enter to finish editing the field.

 

 

7. To add extra rows of criteria click on the “+” icon to the right of the Criteria header

 

 

8. To enter the description for each cell, click on the cell, enter the description and then click outside of the cell’s text field to finish editing the description.

 

 

9. To enter the scale title or value, click on the scale title or scale value and enter the title or value. Click elsewhere on the screen to finish editing.

 

 

10. To add extra scale columns, click on the “+” icon to the right of the SCALES header

 

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11. To add extra criteria, click on the "+" icon in to the right of the CRITERIA header

 

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12. Once the rubric is completed, click on the Save button in the bottom right-hand corner of the rubric manager. Click Cancel to discard any changes.

 

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To create a custom rubric scorecard

 

A custom rubric allows you to enter any value directly into the rubric cells. The maximum value for the Custom rubric will be the sum of the highest value entered in each of the criteria rows.

 

1. Click on the Instructors tab at the top of any page

 

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2. Click on the Rubric/Form Library tab

 

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3. Click on the Rubric menu icon

 

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4. Select Create new rubric from the drop down menu

 

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5. Enter the Rubric name in the top left of the rubric manager.

 

6. Click on the custom rubric scoring icon at the bottom of the rubric manager.

 

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7. To enter the title and description for each criterion, click on the appropriate field and enter the new title or description within the text field that appears. Click elsewhere on the screen to finish editing the criterion title or description.

 

 

8. To add extra criteria, click on the "+" icon in to the right of the CRITERIA header

 

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9. To add extra scale columns, click on the “+” icon to the right of the SCALES header

 

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10. To edit scale titles click on the Scale title and enter new title. Click else where on the screen to finish editing the scale title.

 

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11. To edit the cell descriptions click on the description field. Enter the description and then click elsewhere on the paper to finish editing the description.

 

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11. Enter the cell value for each cell, by clicking on the 0.00 portion of each cell. In a custom rubric cell values are chosen by the instructor.

 

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12. Once the rubric is complete click on Save to savethe custom rubric, or click Cancel to discard any changes.

 

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Create a qualitative rubric scorecard

 

A qualitative rubric allows you to create a rubric that has no numeric scoring; this rubric allows you to provide standard feedback only.

 

1. Click on the Instructors tab at the top of any page

 

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2. Click on the Rubric/Form Library tab

 

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3. Click on the Rubric menu icon

 

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4. Select Create new rubric from the drop down menu

 

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5. Enter the Rubric name in the top left of the rubric manager.

 

6. Click on the qualitative rubric scoring icon at the bottom of the rubric manager. 

 

7. Click on the rubric type icon for the qualitative rubric at the bottom of the rubric manager. Then click on the switch to custom rubric button in the pop-up window.

 

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8. Edit the criteria title and description, the scale title, and each cell description by clicking on either the title or description field

 

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9.  Once the rubric is complete click on Save to save the qualitative rubric, or click Cancel to discard any changes.

 

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Creating Grading Forms

 

A grading form allows you to create a rubric that has a list of criteria that contains free response text fields and the ability to score each criterion.

 

1. Click on the Instructors tab at the top of any page

 

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2. Click on the Rubric/Form Library tab

 

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3. Select Create new grading form from the drop down menu

 

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4. Name the grading form

 

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5. Edit the criteria titles and descriptions.

 

 

6. You can add more criteria by:

 

6a. Clicking the “+” icon to the right of the CRITERIA header

 

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6b. Clicking the "+" icon at the bottom of the list of criteria

 

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6. Select whether to enable scoring at the bottom left-hand corner of the screen

 

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7. When all the criterion titles and descriptions have been edited click on Save to save the rubric or Cancel to discard any changes.

 

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Modifying Rubrics

 

Rubric scorecards can be modified after creation. However, modification of the rubric scorecard is not available once the rubric scorecard has been used to score student papers.

 

1. Click on the Instructors tab at the top of any page

 

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2. Click on the Rubric/Form Library tab

 

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3. Click on the Rubric menu icon

 

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4. Select the rubric you would like to edit from the list of rubrics

 

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5. Edit the rubric as needed

 

6. Click Save to save the changes

 

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Sharing Rubrics to the Account

 

Any rubric in the administrator’s library can be shared with all instructors on the account. Instructors will be able to view or use but not modify these rubrics.

 

1. Click on the Instructors tab at the top of any page

 

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2. Click on the Rubric/Form Library tab

 

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3. Click on the Rubric menu icon

 

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4. Select the rubric you would like to edit from the list of rubrics

 

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5. Click on the Export/Import button in the top right-hand corner of the rubric manager

 

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6. Click on the Share to account option

 

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