Feature Ideas

Comments in Rubrics w/ Zero Values


One of the items I do in my classroom is ungraded check-ins. This allows students to feedback on long-running projects without making extra or unnecessary grades for me and inflating their grades. I have been using the rubric function on Schoology to do some of this work and have found that it is very hard to set a rubric is have zero points value (but possible), but that students can then not view the "bubble" comments in the individual categories of the rubric itself. Is there a work-around with this? Is this something that just is impossible? Any advice would be helpful.


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    Charles Black Comentario oficial

    Hi Mr. Huesken,

    Although this feature doesn't currently exist in Schoology, this is an awesome idea! I'm going to move your post over to our Feature Ideas forum so that other Schoologites can find and upvote your idea.

    Thank you for sharing your feedback and thoughts! You have my upvote!

    Knowledge Management & Community Specialist
    Schoology, Inc.

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    Madame Moore

    Also, I have trouble with values. The highest I can score a student is 4 but once I add multiple criterion, the total value of the assignment goes up. Please consider allowing multiple criterion (each on a 4 point scale of .5 increments) but averaging to the final score limit of 4 points.

    Criterion 1 = Student scored 4

    Criterion 2 = Student scored 3

    Criterion 3 = Student scored 1

    Overall grade = 2.5

    To meet the variety of needs, add a rounding feature "if 2.6666" round to 2.5" or "if 2.888, round to 3" that teachers can set in the defaults or grade setup for the course or rubric level.

    Thank you!

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