Using rubrics in canvas

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USING RUBRICS IN CANVAS
Susan Bussmann & Miley Grandjean
WHAT WE WILL COVER
 Rubrics
 What
 Types
 Why
 Rubrics in Canvas
 Using a rubric to grade
 Viewing Grades from the student perspective
 Importing rubrics from another course
 Your Turn!
YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH RUBRICS
 Do you use rubrics?
 Have you created them in
Canvas?
QM STANDARD 3 ASSESSMENT & MEASUREMENT
Let’s take a look at QM 3!
Rubrics address
3.1
3.3
3.4
3.5
types and alignment (Steps 1 & 2)
descriptive criteria (Step 6)
varied & appropriate (Step 8 & 9)
evidence of progress (Step 12)
WHAT IS A RUBRIC?
 A list of criteria that ‘counts’
 Gradations of quality
 Weighted Points
ANALY TICAL RUBRIC
HOLISTIC RUBRIC
Criteria
Excellent
100% Complete
Name, link,
All criteria are
type of
met for three
publication,
publications.
audience,
summary of
publication
focus,
publishing
schedule,
upcoming
topics, and
other pertinent
information for
three publishing
channels
15 points
Good
75% Complete
Fair
50% Complete
Poor
25% Complete
Most of the
criteria are met
for three
publications.
Some of the
criteria are met
for two or three
publications.
Some of the
criteria are met
for one or two
of the
publications
12 points
8 points
4 points
A RUBRIC CAN BE USED TO…
Show evidence of progress
Be used as feedback
Reduce bias
Help learners set goals and assume
responsibility for learning
 Help learners develop ability to judge ones
own and others’ work
 Evaluate teaching/learning
 Make your teaching life easier!
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CREATING A RUBRIC IN CANVAS
1. Create a rubric
in Outcomes
2. Link rubric to
assignment
3. Grade using
rubric
YOUR TURN!
 Pick an assignment or discussion
 Decide on the assessment criteria
 Select the type of rubric
 Design the rubric format
 Build the rubric
 Free form comments option
THANK YOU
Have fun and happy rubric
creating to all of you!

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