Coursework assessment with rubrics

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Grading student coursework can be done quickly with a few clicks using iRubric.


Note: For "Educator / Teacher" account users only.

Note: You must be subscribed to Gradebook Plus Unlimited to access this feature.


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Setup for grading

To grade with rubrics, you need:

  1. Create a class.
  2. Create a coursework for grading.
  3. If you need students to have access to the rubric and their grades, invite them to join your class.
  4. Follow the steps below to attach a rubric to the coursework.


Attach a rubric to the coursework

  1. When building a coursework, there is a section to attach a rubric to it (see How to attach a rubric).
  2. Students will get a copy of the attached rubric from their coursework tab.


Note: Students can also use the attached rubric to perform self-assessment (see How to self-evaluate).

Note: You must be subscribed to Gradebook Plus Unlimited to access this feature.


Grade using rubrics

  1. Open the gradebook for a class (see How to setup a gradebook).
  2. Go to the coursework to be graded.
  3. Click on the rubric icon (rubric.gif) for each student.
  4. Click on an appropriate rubric level (i.e. cell) for each criterion or row.
  5. Use Quick feedback or Feedback Plus areas to leave detailed comments and feedback.
  6. Click on save score. The score is automatically calculated and entered into the gradebook. You can change the score manually if necessary.
  7. Click on save to save all posted grades.


Note: You must be subscribed to Gradebook Plus Unlimited to access this feature.

Note: Unscored rubric criteria are given zero (0) points.

Note: You must first publish the grades for your students to access their graded rubric.


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