If you have added a rubric to an assignment, you can view the rubric in SpeedGrader.
If you want to use the rubric to calculate a grade, be sure you have selected the Use this rubric for assignment grading checkbox when adding a rubric to an assignment. Make sure this checkbox is selected before you begin grading submissions.
If your rubric includes outcomes, you may be able to assign extra points for the outcome criterion if this feature is enabled for your course. Learn how to manage feature options in the course features lesson.
If you do not select the rubric specifically for grading, you can still use the rubric to evaluate an assignment but the score will not update automatically.
Note: If you do not want to use predetermined rubric criterion, you can grade with free-form comments instead.
Open Student Submission
Use the student list to locate a student submission.
Click the View Rubric button.
For each criterion, click the rating that applies to the student's submission . The selected rating displays the rating value in the Points field . If a criterion includes a range, clicking a rating selects the entire range and defaults to the highest value in the range .
To select a different value within a range, type the value into the Points (pts) field . You can manually enter points above the criterion maximum point value. Each criterion value adds to the student's total points .
Outcomes may also be able to support additional points. If additional points on outcomes are not retained after the rubric is saved, this feature has not been enabled for your course.
You can also add a comment for each rubric criterion by clicking the Comment icon .
If you set your rubric for grading, the rubric points will be automatically populated in the grade field. Otherwise, you can enter the grade from the rubric manually.