In order to fill out the rubric on a rubric-based assessment, follow these steps:
- Go to Assigned Assessments. Use the drop down menu to see the assessments that have been assigned to a specific class.
2. Hover over the assessment name and click its row to begin grading.
This page will show you for each student:
- Progress Status: Not Started, In Progress, Turned In, or Graded.
- Submission Status: On time, Missing, Late, Excused, or Excluded.
- Star: clicking the star will add the rubric to the student's portfolio
- Comment: clicking the comment bubble will allow you to add a comment to that student's assessment
- The Descriptors: each descriptor will be listed. To give a score, double click where it says Select Grade to choose the score.
*NOTE - want to mass-grade or autofill for multiple students? Click HERE
3. Click on an individual student to see their rubric in more detail (including any attachments that were added). You can view the attachment, give scores, leave comments, and change the submission status from this view.
4. If you'd like to add feedback for a student in each rubric descriptor, you can click on the comment bubble with the associated rubric descriptor. You can also leave a comment regarding the entire assessment by selecting the "Leave a Comment" button.
5. You can also add attachments as a teacher when grading the rubric. This can be helpful to provide audio or video feedback, or attach other artifacts to the rubric. For example, if your students have limited access to devices or may not be able to login to their accounts, a teacher can attach artifacts from their end to go along with the rubric.
If there is already an attachment, a teacher can attach another attachment by clicking on the + icon along the top of the rubric:
If a student has not submitted an attachment to a rubric, a teacher can add an attachment by clicking on the ellipsis at the top of the page:
If you have the setting to allow students to review post-grading turned ON, students will be able to see any comments or attachments that you have added when they login to their account and review the assessment.
If you would like family members to see the comments and attachments related to a rubric, you can add the assessment to the student's portfolio by clicking the star icon along the top of the page:
6. Use the arrow or dropdown to move on to the next student.
7. Repeat this process until you are done!