A rubric is a tool that lists evaluation criteria for an assignment. Rubrics can help students organize their efforts to meet the requirements of an assignment. Instructors use rubrics to ensure consistent and impartial grading.
Rubrics are made up of rows and columns. The rows correspond to the various criteria of an assignment. The columns correspond to the level of achievement expressed for each criterion. A description and point value for each cell in the rubric defines the evaluation and score of an assignment. You can create as many rubrics as you need.
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There are three steps to working with Rubrics in Blackboard:
Step 1: Create a Rubric
- How to Create a Rubric
- How to Edit the Rubric Grid
- Using Percentage-Based Rubrics
- Copying and Editing a Rubric
- Importing and Exporting Rubrics
Step 3: Grade Using a Rubric
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