I would like to use single-point rubric for a repeating assignment in Canvas.
My rubric is three columns and three rows. The middle is the criteria. The column on the left is "area for improvement" and on the right is "exceeding expectation."
I'm trying something similar using a two column Holistic rubrics, the Canvas default is three and I'm not able to delete the additional column. How did you go with the single point rubric?
I had no idea what single point rubrics were until I saw this post - and then google helped with the finer points.
Because you did not provide a scoring system, here is what I have come up with - this is the rubric in speed grader
Two notes - one all criteria values are 0 points. Not sure if that is what you wanted, but that allows for the setup. I took my format from my google result with the desired minimum work in the middle. Obviously depending on which criteria you choose, the comment block would apply to that criteria.
Second, in order for the order to be correct you need to use the 1, 2 and 3 or something similar to start each heading. With 0 points for each criteria, Canvas will alphabetize the criteria based on their heading.
If there are points for the middle criteria, then you have to put it in the heading stating what the point value is - and then of course you have to enter it in the box on the right.
I guess this solution is about 50% of the way to what you actually want. I would suggest submitting a feature request - but I doubt it would be implemented.
Many academics use holistic rubrics instead of the analytic style, since they are quicker to mark and sometimes it does not make sense to break down the result into stages since the assessment is more nuanced and requires more qualitative information.
We've worked out another solution but it only works from the Assignment edit page.
IMO this option needs to also be available in the Rubrics section, something for the developers to consider.
The rubric now looks like this for students:
And like this for instructors:
Thanks for the clarification. I agree that there could probably be some additional creation features added to the rubric section where you can create rubrics so that you could create a free-form rubric in the rubrics area and then assign it to the assignment that you want. I found the following post, and I think that the type of rubric you have can be created on a discussion as well.
The interesting thing is it mentions quizzes also. I looked into it a little, and that is correct for classic quizzes, but I could not see where you could add a rubric in New Quizzes (if that is true, it is another action you can do in classic quizzes that was not carried over to New Quizzes)