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Rubric Grading in Moodle        Mark Bailye
OverviewStructure for the session    Current experiences    Moodlerooms & rubrics    Moodle 2.2 & rubrics    Questions
QuestionDoes Moodle need rubrics?   YES or NO
Current experiencesAre people using rubrics in Moodle?   Assignment – attach as a separate    file (eg .docx, .pdf)   Wo...
Current experiencesLimitations?    Only available for workshops    Rubric not available to students     beforehand    C...
elearning platform    joule 2 – based on Moodle 2    Has a rubric    modified core Moodle code
Benefits of Rubric   Ease of grading    use own criteria/guidelines to create   Consistency    can be reused   Transpar...
Rubric   Checklist rubric    assigns a point total to each guideline in a    criterion and allows any and all guidelines ...
Rubric – positives   Teacher      Attach to an assignment      Create using own criteria/guidelines      Can be reused...
Rubric – positives   Student      View before/after assignment submission
Rubric – negatives   Only use with Assignment types   No provision for offline marking   Not part of core Moodle code
Rubric – more information   Documentation    http://manuals.moodlerooms.com/display/JOUL    E2/Rubrics+Manual   Video   ...
Moodle 2.2What is planned?   Short-term goal – assignment   Long-term goal – forum posts, wiki    pages, database record...
Questions???
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
Rubric grading in moodle
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  1. 1. Rubric Grading in Moodle Mark Bailye
  2. 2. OverviewStructure for the session  Current experiences  Moodlerooms & rubrics  Moodle 2.2 & rubrics  Questions
  3. 3. QuestionDoes Moodle need rubrics?  YES or NO
  4. 4. Current experiencesAre people using rubrics in Moodle?  Assignment – attach as a separate file (eg .docx, .pdf)  Workshop
  5. 5. Current experiencesLimitations?  Only available for workshops  Rubric not available to students beforehand  Can not add comments to rubric  Not reusable
  6. 6. elearning platform  joule 2 – based on Moodle 2  Has a rubric modified core Moodle code
  7. 7. Benefits of Rubric  Ease of grading use own criteria/guidelines to create  Consistency can be reused  Transparency can be shared with students before & after grading
  8. 8. Rubric  Checklist rubric assigns a point total to each guideline in a criterion and allows any and all guidelines to be selected  Marking/Scale rubric uses a scale for each criterion and score given if one of the guidelines for each criterion
  9. 9. Rubric – positives  Teacher  Attach to an assignment  Create using own criteria/guidelines  Can be reused  Can add a comment next to each criteria and write overall feedback
  10. 10. Rubric – positives  Student  View before/after assignment submission
  11. 11. Rubric – negatives  Only use with Assignment types  No provision for offline marking  Not part of core Moodle code
  12. 12. Rubric – more information  Documentation http://manuals.moodlerooms.com/display/JOUL E2/Rubrics+Manual  Video Videohttp://youtu.be/iaQbh5Dtvu0
  13. 13. Moodle 2.2What is planned?  Short-term goal – assignment  Long-term goal – forum posts, wiki pages, database records etc.  For more details, see http://docs.moodle.org/dev/Advanced_grading _methods
  14. 14. Questions???
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