Select the class section (license set#) that you want to upload/create rubric for.
From here, you can see the default rubric structure as a guideline for you and your students to conduct peer review grading. Click Rubric.xlsx at the bottom to view the default rubric in detail.
- If you want to use the default rubric for your class, you are all set.
- If you want to customize the rubric, there are two ways:
- email your rubric to us and we will customize for you
- follow three steps below to customize on your own
Step 1: Customize rubric structure
First, click Edit Rubric.
You can customize all the criteria, sub-criteria, and the corresponding weights.
The default rubric has two criteria: content and delivery. You can add a new criteria, delete an existing criteria, rename a criteria, and change the weights of any criteria to meet your needs.
1. Add new criteria (top left)
To add a new criteria, type the new criteria in Add Criteria box and enter the percent weight the new criteria is worth in the Weight(%) box. Then click Save.
2. Edit Criteria (bottom left)
To delete an existing criteria in the rubric, clickthen click Save All.
To rename an existing criteria in the rubric, directly type in Criteria box and click.
To reassign criteria weights, type a new number in the Weight (%) box then click Save All. The total weight has to add up to 100%.
Once the overall criteria and its weights are finalized, you can get into sub-criteria. Overall, the editing for sub-criteria works exactly the same as Criteria. In the default structure, there are four sub-criteria under Content and three under Delivery. You can add a new sub-criteria, delete an existing sub-criteria, rename a sub-criteria, and change the weights of any sub-criteria to meet your needs.
1. Add new sub-criteria (top right)
To add a new sub-criteria, select the criteria that the new sub-criteria belongs to from dropdown menu. Then enter the name and weight of the new sub-criteria > Click Save.
2. Edit Sub-Criteria (bottom right)
To delete an existing sub-criteria in the rubric, clickthen click Save All. If you don't want any sub-criteria, you can delete them all.
To rename an existing sub-criteria in the rubric, directly type in Sub-Criteria box and click.
To reassign sub-criteria weights, type a new number in the Weight (%) box then click Save All. The total weight has to add up to 100%.
Once you finish customizing the structure, click Rubric to come back to the Rubric main page.
Step 2: Customize rubric ratings
Step 3: Customize rubric details