Check your work with rubrics

This article is for students

A rubric shows the feedback or grading criteria for an assignment. Criteria are the parts of an assignment your teacher wants you to focus on, such as grammar or spelling. To improve your understanding of the assignment—and get a better grade—review the rubric as you work.

After an assignment is graded and returned, you can review your rubric score and feedback. In scored rubrics, each level has points you can earn. Your teacher matches the level of your work to a level on the rubric. Review the rubric to see where you excelled, and where you might improve.

If an assignment has a rubric, you can see it in the assignment's details. You can see rubrics on a computer or a mobile device.

See an assignment's rubric

  1. On a computer, go to classroom.google.com.
  2. Click the class and then Classwork.
  3. Click the assignment to expand it and then click the rubric. 

    Click the rubric

  4. To expand or collapse all criteria, click Expand criteria  Expand criteria or Collapse criteria Collapse criteria. To expand or collapse individual criteria, click the Down arrow Down Arrow or Up arrow Up arrow.
    Expand or collapse criteria

See my rubric feedback

  1. On a computer, go to classroom.google.com.
  2. Click the class and then Classwork.
  3. Click the returned assignment and then View Assignment.

  4. The highlighted bars are the ratings your teacher selected. If you point to a rating bar, the rating title appears.

    • To expand or collapse all criteria, click Expand criteria  Expand criteria or Collapse criteria Collapse criteria

    • To expand or collapse individual criteria, click the Down arrow Down Arrow or Up arrow Up arrow.

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