Digital creation · Distance Learning · ICT proficiency · Moodle · Moodle assignments · Rubric

#389 Moodle Rubrics Reporting Plugin

I thought I’d let you know about an awesome little plugin I have found for Moodle Rubrics.  A link to the plugin can be found here: https://moodle.org/plugins/report_componentgrades Not sure how to set up a rubric?  Don’t worry we have written some posts about them.  To find out more about rubrics click the link below: https://1minutecpd.wordpress.com/category/moodle/rubric/… Continue reading #389 Moodle Rubrics Reporting Plugin

Assessment · Timesavers · Turnitin

#384 Import your Turnitin Rubric

If you are looking to use a marking rubric within Turnitin, one of the easiest ways to do this is importing from an Excel document. Turnitin even provides a template, so all you need to do is fill it out and you’re ready to go! Much less fiddly than trying to copy and paste into… Continue reading #384 Import your Turnitin Rubric

Assessment · Distance Learning · Turnitin

#294 Marking with Turnitin [3/4]: Using a marking rubric

This is the third in a series of videos on how to mark using Turnitin. If you have missed the other videos in this group, catch up now: Marking with Turnitin Turnitin has a very useful Rubric feature. You’ll need to set the rubric up before you can begin grading with it, but once it has… Continue reading #294 Marking with Turnitin [3/4]: Using a marking rubric

Assessment · Assessment · Moodle

#220 Moodle Rubric [6/6]: Grading with a Moodle rubric

This post follows on from the series relating to rubrics in Moodle. Here we show you how to grade using a rubric once you have created one. The HEA discuss the various benefits of the use of rubrics in Catherine Hack’s paper. Featured image: “Grade” by Delete is licenced under CC BY-NC- 2.0

Assessment · Digital learning and personal/ professional development (learning) · Moodle · Moodle use, organisation and content · Rubric

#216 Moodle Rubric [5/6]: Applying, sharing and creating templates

In our previous videos we have created rubrics and added dimensions or criteria. We have also added levels or scales to those dimensions or criteria. In this video we explore creating and applying templates to assignments as well as how to share them…   Featured image: “Template” by Volpin Props is licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0  

Assessment · Digital learning and personal/ professional development (learning) · Moodle use, organisation and content · Rubric

#212 Moodle Rubric [4/6]: Adding scales to your rubric

In this previous post, we showed how to create a rubric and add dimensions to it. In this post, we add further detail to the rubric through the addition of scales, which allows you to grade effectively… Featured image: “Coffee Scale” by Michael Allen Smith is licenced under CC BY-SA-2.0  

Assessment · Assessment · Digital communication · Digital learning and personal/ professional development (learning) · Formative assessment · Moodle use, organisation and content

#208 Moodle Rubric [3/6]: Creating a rubric and adding dimensions

Rubrics can be a great time saver and a fantastic way to enhance peer and formative assessment. The HEA have published several big posts championing their use such as Gareth Bramley’s (@bramleygareth) piece, “The importance of rubrics in Higher Education advances” and Catherine Hack’s (@hack_kay) paper, “Using rubrics to improve marking reliability and to clarify good practice”. In this post we… Continue reading #208 Moodle Rubric [3/6]: Creating a rubric and adding dimensions