- On the assignment submission page for the learner, open the rubric for assessment.
Figure: Opening a rubric in the Assignment Submission page.
- On the pop-up rubric assessment, you can scroll over the target icon to review which standards are aligned to each criterion.
Figure: The Essay Rubric page showing a standard.
- For each criteria row in the rubric, click to select the assessment level and click Add Feedback if you want to include additional feedback for each criteria row in the rubric. Changes are automatically saved.
Figure: A marked rubric.
- Review the suggested achievement levels for each assessment outcome.
Explaining Assessment Suggestions with a Scenario
Consider a scenario in which the Mathematics Specific Expectation 1.1 learning outcome is aligned to Criterion 1 and Criterion 2. The learner has achieved 10 points (Criterion 1) and 3 points (Criterion 2) for a total of 13 out of a possible 20 points, or 65%. The achievement scale previously set up has a threshold between the 2 levels at 70%.
Figure: The Levels of achievement page set to define the colors, words, and percentage of each level.
On the assessment panel for the standards on this assignment, the suggested assessment of Not Yet appears for the Mathematics Specific Expectation 1.1. Mathematics Expectation 1.2 was only aligned to Criterion 1, which earned 100%, so the suggested assessment is Got it.
Figure: Two standards with suggested levels of achievement. These can be changed if appropriate.
Other standards that were aligned directly to the assignment and not to the rubric are still available to be assessed as usual but do not show suggestions. These are not shown in the previous image.