Creating a Rubric in Rubistar

Creating a Rubric in Rubistar - Directions for Creating a...

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Unformatted text preview: Directions for Creating a Rubric in Rubistar Directions: Follow the steps to create a rubric in Rubistar. 1. Access the website: http://rubistar.4teachers.org 2. Click Register Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 1 of 8 3. Complete the registration form and click 4. Click 5. You will see Rubrics that you can choose to use. They can also be modified. See Tutorial at the top to learn more. For this project, you will be creating your own rubric. At this time scroll down to the bottom of the page and select Click Here to Create a Brand New Rubric Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 2 of 8 6. Name your Rubric, Choose the number of vertical columns, select No, my rubric is permanent and click 7. Click Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 3 of 8 8. Type in the names of the criteria that will be evaluated with the rubric. For example, Content, Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation, Color, Graphics, etc. When you are finished, click Add New Row(s) 9. Make any edits, click Update Rows, and then click Edit Rubric Contents Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 4 of 8 10. Now enter the names of your columns and the specific criteria for each row. 11. When you are done, click Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 5 of 8 12. Now click Teacher Home at the top of the page. 13. Click Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 6 of 8 14. Click Save Rubric Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 7 of 8 15. Once your rubric is complete, click Download Excel Spreadsheet. Name your rubric and select the correct file type. Also select the correct location to save into. Submit your rubric with your project as a separate file in WebCT. Location Name File Type Create a Rubric in Rubistar Page 8 of 8 ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course EPI 0003 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Valencia.

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