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Session 54: Rubrics

Page history last edited by Linda Zehr 7 years, 8 months ago

 

 

 

RUBRICS IN CANVAS

Grading rubrics really are the key to easier grading in Canvas -- "SpeedGrader" allows you to simultaneously view the rubric and the student's submission:

 

 

Instructure has many excellent "how-tos" for building and using rubrics inside Canvas:

 

A rubric can be as simple or as detailed as you wish in Canvas; here I have some examples of paper evaluation rubrics, and how they look when I built them in Canvas:

 

ASSIGNMENT
ORIGINAL (PAPER) RUBRIC
RUBRIC AS IT APPEARS IN CANVAS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Country Analyst

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Here are today's handouts:

 

 

  • Rubric worksheet -- one side has a sample rubric that you can work with if you would like; the other side has a blank grid for you to create your own rubric on paper before you start working in Canvas.

 

 

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NEW TO USING RUBRICS?

If you haven't really used rubrics before in order to evaluate student work, here are a couple of sites that you can use to find sample rubrics, or to create your own:

 

Rubistar

 

iRubric

 

Here are two sample rubrics that I found on iRubric -- one for evaluating writing, and one for evaluating a statistics project:

 


 

 

 


 

Click here to complete the evaluation survey!

 

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