Rubric Ratings Numeric Flexibility

Idea created by Jeff Spoering on Oct 6, 2017
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    • Camille Pierre
    • Rob Ditto
    • Gideon Williams
    • Jeff Spoering

    What if rubric ratings could be assigned flexible numeric values independent of the typical descending order like 4-3-2-1.  There is really not enough room on a screen to use speed grader with long winded and generic rubric ratings.


    For example, a criteria within a rubric for a paper could be split into separate elements like below.  Using speed grader, the instructor can click on elements that are done correctly and the points would automatically tally in the total pts area.

    Main CriteriaRating 1 = 1ptRating 2 = 1 ptRating 3 = 2 ptsTotal Pts = 4
    Graphs and DataTwo well labeled scatterplots with trendlinesTwo well labeled residual plotsPresents r, slope, y-intercept, LSRL, r^2, and s in an organized table.