As an instructor, you will be reviewing and grading assignment submissions once learners completes/submits the assignments for final evaluation. At the time of reviewing assignment submissions, you can provide score, grade and additional feedback/comment, if any. You can also decide when the feedback / comments becomes visible to the learners, so they can refine the assignment further after seeing your feedback/comment and then resubmit the assignment for final evaluation.
This article will guide you on:
Let's see how you can grade and add scores for learners in an assignment which doesn't have any rubric attached to it.
2. If submissions are made by learner(s) for an assignment but you have not yet reviewed them, then a pending review (greyed out circle) icon will be shown for those learner(s). Tap on it to view and grade a submission. No rubric icon will be shown for assignments with no rubric attached.
3. Tap Score to grade the attempt.
4. Add the score as per your evaluation.
The maximum score for the assignment will be listed in the parenthesis. For example, the following screenshot shows an assignment with the maximum score of '10'.
5. Tap SAVE once you have entered the score.
6. The score will be updated shortly. Tap the back button to view the updated score in the gradebook.
2. For learners who have not yet made any submissions, their cell will be empty and tapping it will show an appropriate message. A rubric icon will be shown for assignments with rubric attached.
3. If submissions are made by learner(s) for the assignment but you have not yet reviewed them, then a pending review (greyed out circle) icon will be shown for those learner(s). Tap on it to view and grade a submission.
4. To view the details of the assignment, tap the ellipsis on the attempt screen and then tap Assignment Details.
5. You can also delete an attempt from the attempts screen by tapping the ellipsis and then tapping Delete Attempt. A confirmation message appears. Tap DELETE to confirm or CANCEL to abort.
Take note that the delete action cannot be undone.
6. Any attachments added by the learner will be shown at the bottom of the attempts page. Tap on the attachment to open it.
You can easily see the count of attachments added by a learner from the parenthesis after the learner's name and attachment headings.
7. You can annotate the submissions from the annotation tools provided on the document viewer.
8. For example, you can add annotation or add comments on the learner submission to provide feedback to them.
9. Tap on the comment icon to view the added comment.
10. Tap Score to grade the attempt. In the following example we are grading an assignment with scoring rubric attached.
11. You will notice a lock icon will be shown alongside the maximum score of the assignment. The lock signifies that scores cannot be edited individually and will get updated on the basis of the scoring rubric scales.
In case a non-scoring rubric is attached for grading, rubric scales will be published along with the feedback and is independent of the scores being published. Unlike scoring rubric, the scores for assessment with non-scoring rubric need to be entered separately during the grading process. See here to know more about grading assessment with non-scoring rubric attached to it.
12. Tap Grade using Rubric to view the attached rubric for grading.
13. Tap to select the appropriate scale to assign the points for each criterion.
14. The scores will be added up automatically based on your scale selections for each criterion. The total points earned will appear in the Total field below the rubric. Click SAVE to save the rubric grades and score.
15. The rubric grades and score will be saved will be saved once the Save button has been tapped.
16. You will be able to view the updated score on the gradebook.
1. You can view other learners submissions from the submission page of a learner. Tap the learner name at the top of the screen.
2. Tap to select the required learner from the list of learners who have made the submissions.
3. You will be taken to the selected learner's submission. Grade the submission as per your requirement.
You can also swipe left / right to view the next / previous learner's submission.
1. If more than one attempt is made by a learner, the latest attempt is considered for grading by default. Tap the Attempt option at the bottom left of your screen to view all the attempts made by the learner.
2. The list of all the attempts made by the learner to the assignment will be shown along with the submission time, on-time/late status and the score details. Tap the attempt that you wish to view. In the following screenshot, the latest attempt (Attempt 2) was considered for grading by default and we can select Attempt 1 to view and grade it.
3. On the GRADE ATTEMPT sheet of the attempt, tap Consider for grading to consider that attempt for grading. Then tap SAVE.
3. The selected attempt will now be considered for grading.
4. As an instructor, you can submit an attempt on behalf of a learner. In that case an icon will be present on the attempt screen as shown in the following screenshot. Tapping on it will show the submitted by details - user who have submitted the attempt and the time at which the attempt was submitted.
As an instructor you can give feedback on learners' submissions in the form of textual comments, audio recording and scales (if a non-scoring rubric) is attached to the assignment. By default, feedback added by an instructor would be visible to the learners.
1. On the attempts page, tap the feedback icon at the bottom right of the screen. Then, follow the steps as mentioned in Giving feedback for an offline test to add textual/audio feedback to the learner submissions.
2. Once you are done giving the feedback, it will be visible to the learner by default as the Make visible for learner toggle is enabled by default for the learners.
3. Tap the Make visible for learner toggle to disable the toggle and make the feedback unavailable to the learners. Any further feedback will not be visible to the learner unless you enable the Make visible for learner toggle.