This article will show you how to grade a rubric assessment that uses a standards-based grading scale, for example: Mastery, Near Mastery, Approaching, Below...
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There are two ways to grade a rubric assessment; whole-class grading, or individual student grading. This article is broken down into the following sections:
First, you'll need to access the rubric.
Locate the assessment by navigating to your Assigned Assessments module and choosing the correct class.
When you initially enter the assessment from the assigned assessments page, you will see the whole-class grading page.
See below for information regarding:
➡️ Assessment Completion Status
➡️ Assessment Submission Status
💡 Tips from the Otus Team:
➡️ Portfolio (Star) and Comments (Comment Bubble)
➡️ Auto-Fill Scores
Individual Student Grading
Select any student from the whole-class grading page to see their assessment in greater detail.
The individual grading page will look slightly different based on if the student has submitted attachments with the rubric or not. See below:
Below you will find details for:
➡️ Scoring Each Descriptor
➡️ Leaving Comments
➡️ Viewing or Changing the Status
➡️ Viewing Attachments
You can leave feedback for a student to view on a rubric assessment! The type of attachments you can leave here are the same ones that you can add to the assessment when building it.
Where you begin will look slightly different based on If the student has submitted attachments with the rubric or not. See below:
💡 Tip from the Otus Team: If you've already added the maximum of 5 attachments when you built the assessment, not to worry! You can add up to 3 additional attachments as feedback, for a total of 8 teacher attachments if needed.
If you would like further details on how to leave audio or video feedback, select the button below: