Join Oliver Schinkten for an in-depth discussion in this video Developing rubrics, part of Up and Running with Canvas 2015.
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- Rubrics can be an important addition…to any assignment as they can help students understand…what is expected of them.…In this video, we will explore how…to create a rubric within Canvas…and attach it to an assignment.…From any page within the course,…on the left side bar, click on the Outcomes link.…In the previous video, we discussed Outcomes.…This time in the top right corner…of the Outcomes page, let's click on Manage Rubrics.…Any time you create a rubric for an assignment…it will be saved on this page.…We, however, have not yet created a rubric…so there are none here.…
Our goal right now is to create a rubric…for any papers that students will be assigned in our course.…Let's take a look at the rubric included…in the Exercise Files for Chapter 05.…Rather than attach this rubric as an additional document,…we can easily re-create the rubric in Canvas…so that it's built into the assignment…and then will be available for any future assignments.…If we look at the rubrics page on Canvas,…we want to click on the Add Rubric button…
- Setting up a teacher account and profile
- Creating the course and syllabus
- Adding a grading profile
- Creating student groups
- Setting up conferences
- Creating assignments and quizzes
- Building test question banks
- Exploring the grading tools (including SpeedGrader)
- Adding co-teachers
- Duplicating a course
- Working with modules
- Publishing a course
Skill Level Beginner
Teaching Fundamentals: Data-Driven Instructionwith Riyaz Gayasaddin1h 23m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started with Canvas 2015
2. Creating a Course
3. Creating Student Groups
4. Adding Assignments and Quizzes
5. Exploring the Grading Tools
6. Course Management Tools
7. Canvas Apps
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