Self-assessment helps learners to be more involved in the learning process, taking responsibility for their own learning and being self-directed. Self-assessment has been known to have many benefits and positive implications for learners from improved meta-cognitive skills, increased self-awareness, to a greater sense of autonomy and empowerment. Your instructors can create assignments with a new setting to allow you to assess yourself on the rubric criteria / learning standards that are aligned with the assessment. Let's see how you can self-assess your submission for an assignment.

This article will guide you on:

Self-assessment for an assignment

1. On the Materials page of the classroom, click Submit for the required assignment in which your instructor have enabled the self-assessment setting.

2. You can also click to expand the assignment to view its instructions and the details of the rubric attached to it.

3. Make the required attempt by adding the required textual / video / document submission.

4. Upon submission of the assignment, you will see the option to Proceed to Self-Assessment. Click it to self-access your submission as per the  attached rubric.

5. Once you click Proceed to Self-Assessment, you will see your submission (document/video/text) and the rubric set by your instructor.

6. Select the scale/level you think you have achieved for the different rubric criteria.

7. You can also add a comment for each criteria, if needed, to explain the rationale for your self-assessment.

8. Once you have graded yourself on all the rubric criteria, the Submit for evaluation button will be enabled. Click it to submit your attempt for evaluation.

You can also click Save & Continue later to save your work and come back later to submit it for evaluation.

9. Click Yes, submit to submit the attempt for evaluation or click No, cancel to make any changes to your attempt.

You can click View My Attempts to view your attempt for an assignment. Then, click Rubric to view the scale/level selected by you (highlighted with a tick mark) for the different rubric criteria along with any feedback/comment added for the attempt.

10. Once the instructor published your scores, you will be able to view it along with the scale/level selected by your instructor for your attempt along with your selection.

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