[Rubrics] Create a student-accessible rubric for self-assessments
The peer review rubric as it is set up now would work, but we also like the model of the tests you take on social media that tell you that you're 90% geek!
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Hi, any progress with this?
Hi, will this feature be added to CANVAS?
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This would be a great feature. Essential for sustainable feedback and for supporting students self-regulated learning. We need to help students build awareness on how learning don't require teachers to identify and provide the information they need to learn, and that learning is not driven by others. Using teacher created rubrics is supporting the notion that learning is just about passing the criteria set by others, not an intrinsic motivated activity for self progression.
This has been on the Product Radar for almost two years...when will this happen? It would be a fantastic addition!
I'm not sure if this is included in the original vision of what folks had in mind with this idea, but I have faculty that are asking about the ability for students to grade themselves and have that grade show up in the gradebook.
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Thanks for suggestion. The value in self evaluations with rubrics is very good practice.
Using low-stakes formative assessments ensure that mid-terms and exams are not the first measurements and communications of performance level. By providing detailed, meaningful, and timely feedback through formative assessments, students are:
- actively involved in the learning process.
- more accurately aware of their performance at many points in the semester.
- given opportunities for improvement and reflection.
- more likely to attend class and be actively engaged.
- able to seek specific resources for additional support.
- more inclined to ask for help.
- more prepared for exams or high-stakes assessments.
Self and peer assessments are a key factor in this process. Thanks!
This is a really useful idea and would seem to be simple to implement. At the moment, students are excluded from peer-reviewing themselves so simply remove this exclusion and there it is - self assessments when required.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if it was just that simple....
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