(03-06-2020) The next release is scheduled in approximately three days. The release will contain the following:
- Combining rubrics and scale criteria in Assignments
- Grading and Peer Rating within Discussion assignments
- New table at step 3 of Assignment Review
Combining rubrics and scale criteria in Assignments
Rubrics and scale criteria can now be combined in an Assignment. You can add as many sections as you want, in the order that you want, with the option to reorder sections, just as individual criteria.
The overview with the given/received ratings on rubric criteria is now extended to also support scale criteria (comment criteria have no ratings no show)
Grading and Peer Rating within Discussion assignments
It is now possible to add the Configurable Grading module to Discussion assignments. Along with the possibility of adding Configurable Grading, Peer Rating can also be enabled.
Fig 1. Configurable Grading module in a Discussion assignment.
With Peer Rating, the teacher can request students to grade the work of their peers using a scale from 1 to 10. The ratings is visible for the teacher on each submission and on the analytics, and for the student that received it.
Fig 2. Peer Rating in a Discussion assignment.
New table at step 3 of Assignment Review
The table of step 3 in Assignment Review can be sorted by any of the columns and is paginated if there are more than 10 students or groups, making it easier to navigate.
Fig 3. New Table at step 3 of Assignment Review