Types of rubric scorecards
With the grading tools side panel active, switch to the Rubric/Grading Form section. From here, you can pick from a set of rubrics that you have used previously or launch the Rubric and Form Manager to create your own.
While you can assign decimal values to a rubric once applied to a grade, the decimal will be rounded to the nearest whole number.
Rubric scorecards help to evaluate student work, based on defined criteria and scales. Rubric scorecards can be created by your account administrator and shared to all instructors on an account. Instructors can also create and share rubric scorecards, allowing you to upload a scorecard provided by another instructor for use in your own classes.
There are three rubric scorecard 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.
- Qualitative rubric - allows you to create a rubric that has no numeric scoring.
- 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.
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