Grade with a rubric

This article is for teachers.

You can use a rubric to grade and give feedback. You can grade rubrics from the Student work page or the grading tool.

After you start grading, you can’t edit or delete the assignment's rubric.

For details on how students can check their rubrics, go to Check your work with rubrics.

Note: You might notice slight visual differences between tablets and phones.

On a mobile device, you and your students can only view rubrics. To create or grade a rubric, use your computer.

See a rubric

You can see a rubric on mobile after creating it on the web version of Classroom.
  1. Tap Classroom ""and then the class.
  2. Tap Classwork.
  3. Tap the assignment and then Instructions and then the rubric.
  4. To collapse or expand the rubric, tap the rubric.
  5. To see a criterion’s level descriptions, tap View description and then scroll horizontally.

Select a rating for each criterion

The rubric score automatically updates as you select rating levels.
  1. Tap Classroom and then the class.
  2. Tap Classwork and then the assignment.
  3. Next to a student's name, tap their grade and then Rubric.
  4. Tap a criterion to expand.
  5. To see the level descriptions, swipe horizontally.
  6. To assign a rating level for each criterion, choose one:
    • On the rating level you wish to assign, tap Select.
    • Tap a rating level for each criterion.

      Note: To undo your selection, in the expanded criterion, tap Clear "".

Manually change the total grade

You can manually enter a total grade for a student's assignment.

  1. Tap Classroom ""and then the class.
  2. Tap Classwork and then the assignment.
  3. Next to a student's name, tap their grade.
  4. Enter a new or revised grade.
    The grade saves as a draft.
  5. (Optional) To return the grade, next to the student's name, check the box and then tap Return and confirm.

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