When I open speed grader, it does not give me the full set of options.
I see this:
Is there a setting I am missing to see this?
DocViewer will display annotation tools in SpeedGrader for uploaded documents of compatible file types. If there is no document to display, as is the case in the first screenshot, no tools will appear. Have you noted the absence of the annotation tools on any submissions of supported files?
Same thing for students who turned in a text response. I just used a test student page to hide names. So essentially, students had an assignment to submit using rich content box. They submitted the assignment but no tool bar. So, imagine the image I sent had a student on it. If that makes sense
Cabin John M.S. Advanced English 8 and Creative Writing
CJMS Girls' Soccer & Basketball Coach
Annotation of text entry submissions is not supported in DocViewer. You'll find details in How do I add annotated comments in student submissions using DocViewer in SpeedGrader?
OMG thank you so much: that little detail was missed; so, anything like an uploaded google document has that option but not when students simply reply with the text option.
Sorry to bother you again: I am in learning mastery and have checked both boxes:
and have graded some work, clicked the score, the rubric, clicked save and such yet when I go to grades and find my students all listed in learning mastery, nothing shows in their boxes.
Another detail I missed or setting I have wrong. I am new to CANVAS; can you tell???
It's no bother! When you added the rubric to the assignment, did you enable the box "Use this rubric for assignment grading"? When that box is checked on the rubric, the criteria you enter will add up and automatically populate the score field as well as the appropriate grade cell in the Gradebook. Check out the Select Rubric Settings section of How do I add a rubric to an assignment?
Enabling it after the fact won't automatically populate grades you've already entered, so I'm sorry to say that if this turns out to be the issue, you will need to re-enter the grades either through Speedgrader or directly into the Gradebook. And if you enable it in the rubric now, be aware that you might encounter some strange warning messages along the way; you can safely power through those, since the only change you'd be making to the rubric would be to its settings.
Hope this gets you back on track!
That totally helps: when the powers that be created these summer assignments, they did not check that box on the rubric. They made the grade complete/incomplete along with the rubric, so the score is worth 4 or nothing. The rubric score saves, but I am not sure where . That was helpful; thank you so much again!
You're welcome, Adrian! I'm glad it worked out.
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