You can associate rubrics to assignments in BOLT and grade students directly in the Assignments tool. Rubric feedback, score, and assignment grade will be visible in Class Progress, Grades, and Assignments.
Evaluate Students with Rubrics in Assignments
To evaluate students with rubrics, you must first add a rubric to an assignment, and then evaluate the student with the rubric.
Add a Rubric to an Assignment Submission Folder
- In Assignments, create or edit an assignment.
- Click Evaluation & Feedback to expand the list of options.
- Click Add rubric and choose Create New or Add Existing if you already created a rubric in your course.
- On the Add Existing screen, select the checkbox beside the rubric you want to add and click Add Selected.
Note: You can preview the rubric by clicking on the Preview button.
- The rubric is added.
- If you add multiple rubrics to an assignment you will have a new option to specify the Default Scoring Rubric. Select the rubric as your Default Scoring Rubric if you want the rubric to score the folder as you grade with it.
- Click Save and Close or Save to save your changes.
Evaluate Student with Rubric
To display feedback to students in the Assignments tool, Gradebook, and Class Progress tool, use the Evaluate feature of the assignment the rubric is associated with.
- In Assignments, click the name of the assignment.
- Find the student you want to evaluate and click Evaluate.
- The Evaluate Submission screen will load.
- Click on the rubric name to expand the inline rubric component to view side-by-side with the student submission. You can score the rubric while evaluating the submission from one window.
- The rubric can also be opened in a new window by clicking on the Open Popout Rubric button.
Grade the rubric as desired in the separate rubric window, then press Close to return to the assignment evaluation page.
- The rubric information will transfer to the assignment.
- Add any feedback to the assignment.
- Click Publish to make the grade and feedback available to the student, or Save Draft to move on and evaluate the next student (you can publish all the feedback and grades at once later).