Blackboard: Grade Centre and Rubrics

Description:

Blackboard is a web-based tool that provides the instructor the freedom to focus on teaching and learning techniques.This productivity tool can be used in all courses, from supplementing existing face-to-face classes to delivering completely on-line distance classes. It is easy for novice instructors to learn and use, yet powerful enough to handle the most advanced teaching needs.

"A rubric is a grading tool to assess performance with a task, and contains a set of criteria with a level of quality for each of the criteria. A rubric simply lists a set of criteria, which defines and describes the important components of the work being planned or evaluated." 

Rubrics may be used in a grading scheme to objectively grade assignments, blogs, journals and so on. 

Reference: http://www.usask.ca/ict/coursetools/assessments/rubrics.php

Objectives:

The participants will:

  • work with the grade centre
  • recognize the different types of rubric grading schemes;
  • build a rubric for use in a course
  • add the rubric to an assignment 
  • practice using the rubric for grading a fictional student

Prerequisites:

  • Basic computer skills
  • navigate Blackboard Learn Course Tools

Other Recommendations:

There are no additional recommendations with this course

Duration:

1 hour Course

Registration Fees:

U of S Students: $0.00
U of S Faculty: $0.00
U of S Staff: $0.00

Required Software:

There is no required software for this course.

Resources:

There are no additional resources for this course.

NOTE: Classes may have limited registration. If an offering is designated as 'Full', please email Training Services in order that we may accommodate your training needs. Due to last minute withdrawls, this class is subject to cancellation on short notice. A customized training solution may be offered in its place.

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