Click Grades under Course administration
Click View under Scales
Create the scale that works for your rubric
Enter your scale in ascending order. In this example, the scale is designed to create a maximum of 20 points in each category on the rubric.
Click “Save changes” when you are done.
Click “Create new rubric”
Start creating your rubric
1. Name your rubric
2. Click the dropdown arrow and select your scale
3. Click “Update Marking Method”
Fill out rubric
1. Add criteria and guidelines/cateogy information to each cell.
2. Select the number of points you want for each category.
Add more cells
To add more guidelines or criteria, simply click the green arrow. To delete any cell, row, or column, select the red X.
When you have completed your rubric, hit “Save Rubric.”
In this example, a student could get a maximum total of 40 points.
Now, let’s add this rubric to an assignment!
Select rubric for assignment grading
Grading student assignments with rubric
Click “Grade” as you normally would do when grading a student assignment.
Rubric for grading
You will be directed to a new page, where you can select one of the guidelines from each criteria to rate. You can enter comments for each criteria as well as overall feedback below the rubric. When the student views his/her score, (s)he will see the rubric and your comments. It makes it super-easy for students to see how they were assessed on an assignment!
Completing the rubric with feedback
Saving Score and Feedback
Moodle automatically calculates grade and is put in gradebook.
For more information on how to create scales (which I admit is kind of tricky) visit the moodle.org page http://docs.moodle.org/21/en/Scales