First, you need to create your rubric. Click the Rubrics icon under your course administration.
Create new rubric
Name and complete rubric
You will need to name your rubric and then fill in the criteria and guidelines. You can add or delete criteria by clicking the green plus or red X buttons. Remember, each guideline will add up to the total of your assignment points. If you do not need one of the guideline cells, you will need to delete it before you can save your rubric.
Also, the rubric cannot add up to more than 100 points.
In order to save this rubric, you need to delete any cells that have no information in them. So, I would click the red X to delete the cell and then click “Save Rubric.”
You should see a “Rubric saved” at the top of your rubric.
View your rubric
To see what your rubric will look like for students, click “Manage Course Rubrics.”
Select “View Rubric” icon
Your finished rubric
Add rubric to assignment
Edit an exisitng assignment or create a new assignment.
Add your rubric to this assignment.
Make sure the number of points for the assignment matches the rubric!
Grading Assignments with Rubric
Click “Grade” like you usually do to grade an assignment.
Grade student’s work with rubric
You will check the guidelines the student included in their assignment. You can post comments on each criteria, as well as a comment on the work overall. This information is then available to the student in their gradebook.
Moodle automatically adds the items and places it in the gradebook after you click “Save Score and Feedback.”
Joule has a handbook with more information about all of the features. Here is the link for more information on rubrics: