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Blackboard rubrics


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presentation about using blackboard rubrics for marking and feedback

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Blackboard rubrics

  1. 1. Blackboard Rubrics Or marking grids
  2. 2. Blackboard Rubrics• Enables instructors to create/edit/share interactive marking grids – Rubrics
  3. 3. Can be used with;-• Blackboard assignments• Turnitin assignments• Paper assignments• Discussion boards Demo
  4. 4. Creating RubricsAdjust the rows and columns SELECT • Points (or point range) • Percent • None EDIT Criteria and Levels Using chevron buttons
  5. 5. Creating Rubrics Enter the points appropriate for each descriptor (The final grade can be adjusted during marking) Enter the descriptor text for each criteria and level The points in the highest column Should = total marks possible
  6. 6. Using percentage marking Enter percentage for each criteria up to 100% Enter weightings – the column should total to 100%
  7. 7. Deploying Rubrics • Can be added when creating a blackboard assignment • Can be added to any column in grade centre for different assignments such as Turnitin • For non-electronically submitted assignments a grade centre column can be created manually and the rubric added to it
  8. 8. Adding Rubric When you add a rubric a pop-up box will offer to adjust the assignments marking to the maximum possible in the rubricThe attached rubric displays here andyou can set options for this assignment.
  9. 9. Marking using RubricsThe Rubric can be accessed through grade centre on the “grade details” screen – whichalso has an area for general feedback and adding grading notes (visible only to instructors) Opens rubric in a new window
  10. 10. Marking using rubricWhen you select the level anadditional feedback box opens togive specific feedback about thiscriteria
  11. 11. Marking using rubricsWhen you get to the end you can change the overallmark and explain why in the feedback area IF you are allowing students to view the rubrics then you can add your general comments here but if they don’t see the rubrics use the comments box after clicking save
  12. 12. How student accessesWhen accessing my grades, if you have allowed the student to view the Rubric withmarks, the student will see the mark and a button to view the rubric.
  13. 13. What the student sees from My Grades If you have allowed viewing of rubrics including marks
  14. 14. Working display options Dual monitors, or using a PC + laptop, will make it easierWith a reasonably sized monitor sideby side display is perfectly possible
  15. 15. Volunteers• Any kinds of submission• Rubric available to students• Initial Training & support• Staff Feedback• Student Feedback Headed : “Rubrics”
  16. 16. Self/Peer Assessment• Tool to enable peer (or) self assessment• Distributed randomly to class• Can be anonymous• Tool not enabled yet – looking for 1-2 volunteer groups to pilot initially• Close monitoring and evaluation Headed “Peer Assessment”
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