Note: A rubric linked to multiple assignments will not be copied if the only change made is to use the rubric for assignment grading.
This module covers how to write up an assignment so that students can most clearly understand the tasks they need to do to successfully complete an assignment and explains the role that rubrics can play in setting expectations and providing feedback on Assignments.
In the first column, select a course or account .
In the second column, locate and click the name of a rubric .
To create a copy of the rubric, click the OK button. The edited version will automatically replace the previous rubric in the assignment.
If you use the rubric for grading, the rubric will update for all students in Speed Grader.
Criteria are used in determining the level at which student work meets expectations.
Markers of quality give students a clear idea about what must be done to demonstrate a certain level of mastery, understanding, proficiency (i.e., "excellent" does xyz, "fair" does only xy or yz, "poor" does only x or y or z).
All are Reprinted [or Excerpted] with permission from Assessing Outcomes and Improving Achievement: Tips and tools for Using Rubrics, edited by Terrel L. Copyright 2010 by the Association of American Colleges and Universities.
You can add a rubric to an assignment to help students understand expectations for the assignment and how you intend to score their submissions.