Creating a rubric or grading form in a submission

Rubric scorecards and grading forms help to evaluate student work, based on defined criteria and scales. They can either be created while making an assignment or after a student has made a submission. Opening Turnitin Feedback Studio via a student submission allows you to either attach an existing rubric or create a new rubric by launching the Rubric/Form Manager.

Select the blue rubric icon from the side panel and then select the settings gear that appears in the top right corner to launch the Rubric/Form Manager.

Once the Rubric/Form Manager has been launched, a random rubric from your libraries will be displayed. To begin, select Create new rubric or Create new grading form from the menu located in the top left-hand corner.

Depending on the type of assignment, there are four grading tools to choose from.

Standard Qualitative Custom Grading form

Standard

  1. Ensure Standard scoring is selected in order to access the standard rubric template. This should automatically be selected as it is the default Scoring option.
  2. Enter a name for your rubric by clicking on Enter rubric name here in the top left of the Rubric and Form Manager. To save your title, click anywhere outside of the text field.
  3. To edit the name, description, or percentage value of a criterion, click directly onto the relevant field and begin typing. Press enter or click anywhere outside of the text field to finish editing.


    The criteria percentages combined must equal 100% as each criterion represents a percentage of the student’s overall grade.

    1. To add extra rows of criteria, click on the + icon to the right of the Criteria header.
    2. You can delete a criterion by hovering over it and selecting the trash can icon that appears in the bottom left corner.
  4. To enter the scale title or value, click on the scale title or scale value and begin typing. Click anywhere outside of the text field to finish editing.


    While you can assign decimal values to a rubric once applied to a grade the decimal will be rounded to the nearest whole number.

    1. To add extra scale columns click on the + icon to the right of the Scale header.
    2. You can delete a scale column by hovering over it and selecting the trash can icon that appears above the scale header.
  5. 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.
  6. Once the rubric is complete, click the Save button at the bottom right of the Rubric and Form manager.
  7. Select the Attach to Assignment toggle if you would like to use your newly created rubric to grade the assignment.
  8. Click the Close button to exit the Rubric and Form manager and return to Turnitin Feedback Studio.
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