Create Analytic Rubric
Analytic rubrics allow you to evaluate students based on multiple criteria. Levels and criteria are able to be customized to meet your needs.
Creating an Analytic Rubric
- Click Assessment in the navigation bar, then select Rubrics from the drop down menu.
- Click New Rubrics.
- Enter a Name for your rubric. (Your changes will be auto-saved.)
- Select the Rubric Status. (Recommend setting to Draft until ready for use.)
- Leave Rubric Type as Analytic.
- Click the dropdown menu next to Scoring to select the scoring type.
- Points– The rubric will calculate a numeric score with all criteria weighted equally.
- Custom Points – Critera values can be customized. For example, subject knowledge may be weighted higher than spelling errors.
- No Score– Levels are evaluated only with text. For example, three levels would be Excellent, Fair, No Evidence.
- Enter text for each level as well as the point value for each level.
- Click the plus (+) sign to add levels to the left or right of existing levels.
- Click the trash can icon next to a level to delete a level.
- Enter criteria on the left. Examples of criterion include Organization, Spelling and Grammar.
- Click +Add Criterion to add additional criteria.
- Click the trash can icon to remove criteria.
- Click and drag the 8 dots on the left to reorder criteria.
- Click Add Criteria Group to add another group of criteria. This can be used to divide
criteria into subsections.
- Optional: The Overall Score is assigned a level of achievement based on its overall rubric score. The levels can be customized, the scores can be adjusted and overall feedback can be entered for the levels.
- Click the drop down menu to the right of Options to reveal:
- Rubric Visibility: Determine if and how the students will view the rubric
- Score Visibility: Check the box to hide the rubric score from students. Unchecked by default.
- Description: Add a description for your personal reference.
- It is recommended to leave the advanced associations checked.