How to Grade With a Rubric
To grade with a rubric in Edcite, you'll need to add a rubric to a question. Here's a help doc on how to do that:
Once you've saved the rubric, you can see a Rubric button on the Grading page against each question for each student.
Click on the Rubric button to bring up the rubric grader window. You can award points based on rubric criteria by clicking on the table cells. The table cell will highlight to reflect your selection.
To see a score’s textual information, hover over a score and a popover will appear.
Click on the Apply/Next button to open and move to the next student for question by question grading or else move to the next question for that student.
4. Click the Override button to open a textbox that allows you to override the rubric score. This is helpful when you want the final score to take into account more than a rubric's raw data.
Grading Student Retakes
Grade Student Work for Retakes: Follow these step by step instructions for grading retakes of Submitted Assignments. 1. In the Grade report, select "Show Retakes". 2. After selecting "Show Retakes", it lists all the retakes for the Submitted ...
Grade Report Description Teachers grade student work, add bonus points, and add remarks. Grading with a rubric is also available. Auto-graded questions will be automatically graded but those points can be altered on this page. Example Accessing a ...
How to Grade Student Work
1. Click on Assignments and then select My Assignments. 2. Find the assignment you would like to grade. Click the three dots next to it and select "Grade". 3. You can grade by student, by question, or grade using the Grid View by switching tabs. For ...
How to Print and Grade Bubble Sheets
This feature is available as part of our premium platform, Edcite Schools. To learn more about Edcite Schools, click here. Bubble Sheet Printing Instructions Bubble Sheets can be printed for any teacher assignment that: is assigned to a ...
How to Grade Using the Grid View
The Grid View on the Grading Page allows for quick grading across an assignment at the question level, along with a set of convenient actions. 1. Easily view attachments across students and questions by enabling the Show Attachments option. 2. Give ...