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Curriculum Rubrics


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Creating and Editing Rubrics 

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Rubrics can be created in the Tests & Quizzes feature to score essay questions.  They may also be used to score teacher-created assignments.  Users may edit and reuse rubrics, as well as share them with other users. 


Engrade Support Resources: 

Create New Rubric 

Access Rubric Bank

Edit Rubrics 


Sharing Rubrics

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There are two types of sharing for rubrics available at the curriculum level:

  • Share with People allows you to share a rubric with specific individuals.  This is appropriate when choosing to share a rubric with other curriculum writers or administrators that my require access.  You may grant View, Edit, or Manage level access. 
  • Share with Groups allows you to share a rubric with a group of users at the district or school level.  This is appropriate if you have a common rubric that is used frequently and would like teachers to have access to when creating their own assignments or formative assessments.   Learn more about how teachers can use rubics to score assignments. Note: This type of sharing should only be completed by Curriculum Administrators


Engrade Support Resources: 

Share Rubrics


Additional Resources

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Developing Rubrics for Evaluating Rich Performance Tasks (pptx)

This presentation provides more information on best practices for developing rubrics.