13. Fill out the point or percentage value for each rubric row and column.*
14. Type a description for each criterion and the associated level of achievement. Each cell has a 1,000-character limit.
*Note: This step may look different depending on the rubric type you selected in step 6. The image in this walk-through features a point-based rubric type.
8. You can select whether to use the rubric for grading or secondary evaluation. Default is set to use rubrics for grading.
9. You can also select how students will view the rubric. The default is set to hide the rubric from students entirely. You can select to show them the rubric at any point with or without scores, OR to only show the rubric after grading.
Don't forget to hit submit once you have associated your rubric with the assignment, or your changes won't be saved.
1. Create a new test, or navigate to the "Edit Test" page of an existing test.
2. Either create a new question or edit an existing question you wish to add a rubric to.
3. Scroll down past the "Answer" text box, and click "Add Rubric."
Follow steps 3-9 in the section above on associating rubrics with Assignments. Don't forget to click submit when you're done!
Created with an image by Jason Leung - "untitled image"