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Create a student-accessible rubric for self-assessments

Create a student-accessible rubric for self-assessments

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Our nursing and OTA staff are using self-assessments to help students evaluate their confidence in the skills they are learning for certification. The idea is that they can take this assessment and choose if they want to share it, see what things they need to brush up on and reflect on their experiences. Currently they are doing this on paper but as we go to more online course work, they would like to integrate this as an online activity within a course.

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!

99 Comments
maarten_devos
Surveyor II

I still want to support this future idea.

Hens
Surveyor

For art classes it would be amazing to have the ability to give the students a self-assessment rubric.  This is a feature we could really use.  

Msrendonart
Surveyor

I absolutely need this feature! I teach graphic design and part of every project is a self-evaluation and reflection of their work. Right now they are filling out the information and submitting and Adobe Scan of the paper. I also put the rubric in the assignments so I can grade and comment.

We just started using Canvas at our district this year, but since that is our chosen LMS, this would be an amazing tool for me as well as many arts/PBL teachers.

HOW MANY TIMES CAN I VOTE YES ON THIS?

tom_chambers
Surveyor II

We still really need this!

 

julie_tiedens
Surveyor

This is a key feature!  Please advance this to the next stage!

paul_dutton
Surveyor II

This is a need for our schools. Please add this self-assessment

CStalheim
Surveyor

Students should be able to electronically use a rubric to self-assess.  We prefer not to use paper in our COVID learning experience.

maarten_devos
Surveyor II

Thank you for the support guys! Let's vote this one up.

Elvis_Presley
Surveyor

This has been suggested for years. How hard can it be to implement?

maarten_devos
Surveyor II

This is actually an essential feature for Canvas to improve modern education. There are so many ways self assessment is needed in a good formative evaluation. I hope Instructure picks up this idea soon.

mitchelljorgens
Surveyor II

I think I have come up with a work around.  In the New Quizzes tool you can award partial points for different answers.  If you used that for your RUBRIC students could take a Quiz that gave them points based on criteria.  I still would like to see a robust self-evaluation tool similar to the peer reviewed rubrics.

pibion
Surveyor

This would be incredibly useful for my physics class!

I am interested in using this feature to make it easier for students to evaluate and improve their work on projects.

molly_jameson
Surveyor

Did this ever become a feature?

maarten_devos
Surveyor II

No, unfortunately  not. We hope to see it soon taken in to consideration.

DrSop
Surveyor

I too would like to see Canvas make it possible for students to complete a rubric for themselves. Students can complete rubrics for peer reviews but I cannot assign a student to be their own peer reviewer. This simple change might make it possible for students to complete a rubric as a self-assessment in Canvas.

mitchelljorgens
Surveyor II

The best work around I have discovered is that in the new version of quizzes you can assign different point values to different responses and create a "self-assessment" by putting the criteria in each multiple choice answer.  3 of the people on my team are using this technique to do self assessments on science journalsScreen Shot 2021-01-16 at 10.09.28 AM.png

 

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jwalsh1
Surveyor II

The fact that this is still not available is a real disappointment. The ability to self-assess against the same rubric I use to assess would be such a valuable learning experience for students. When is this ever going to become a reality??

DrSop
Surveyor

@mitchelljorgens The problem with the new quiz workaround is that you can only select one answer as correct. So even though I use the partial credit option, it 1. still tells the students that their answer was wrong, which causes them undue stress, and 2. I have to go in and individually grade each submission that didn't choose the 1 "right" answer, when in fact in my case, there are 2 "right" answers, which causes extra work for me.

atc
Surveyor

This is an awesome idea and exactly what I'm trying to do! Did this ever come to fruition? How can I find out?