We are getting into the creation of Rubrics for the students here at St Edwards and for TAS we use ranges.
How can the rubrics criteria be created so there is no double up of the scores.
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Hi Matthew Young - There is technically no way to avoid seeing the same score twice when using ranges, courtesy of Canvas' use of the greater than sign in front of the higher range. What I ordinarily tell my own faculty when creating rubrics is to NOT use ranges while creating it, and to instead specify the highest possible score for each rating, other than the very last one, which should remain set to 0. To use your own example, here is what I came up with while creating yours in a sample class. (I filled in a few sample ones where you had "etc."!) Again, note that Range is not yet enabled:
Then you can click on Range, and here is what we see:
I can understand the end user's confusion, but the key again is the use of greater than.
I encourage you to read through and add your comments to the following Feature Idea, where other folks have expressed issues with the way ranges are currently set up: Change rubric point range to "equal or more than" . Otherwise, I'm afraid there really is no way to completely avoid this.
Been struggling with this...thanks to your post, I don't feel like I'm crazy.
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